[3dem] cryoET workshop
jason.kaelber at rutgers.edu
Wed Apr 13 14:22:43 PDT 2022
I would like to call your attention to a fantastic workshop on state-of-the-art cryoET on Friday 29 July in Portland, Oregon as an ancilla to the American Crystallographic Association 2022 conference. The guiding principle I took in organizing this event was that anyone who attends, from the future tomographer to the most experienced, should be able to go home with news from the cutting edge that they can use to further their own experimentation. I think you can see this principle at work in the list of speakers, instructors, and panelists; viz.: Alberto Bartesaghi, Yi-Wei Chang, Wei Dai, Ben Himes, Jun Liu, Alex Rigort, and Danielle Sexton.
Feel free to reply to me directly if you have any questions about the workshop, or if you would like to volunteer to lead one of the lunch discussion tables.
Attendees who would also like to present an oral talk at ACA 2022 should note that abstracts are due on 15 April. Poster submissions will run through mid-May. As Alexis Rohou mentioned in his earlier message, there are a bunch of neat sessions sponsored by the cryo-EM Special Interest Group (SIG) on microED, high-resolution, machine learning in cryo-EM, infectious disease, and more. Workshop 4, "Hands-on Single-Particle Cryo-EM Data Analysis with Cryo EDU" organized by Mike Cianfrocco, will run concurrently with the cryoET workshop and the lunch discussion breakout groups will be common across the two events.
See you in Portland,
J T Kaelber, PhD
Director, Rutgers CryoEM & Nanoimaging Facility<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__iqb.rutgers.edu_rcnf&d=DwIFAw&c=-35OiAkTchMrZOngvJPOeA&r=L7-zyQ-04fFCMRqzLIOnx7H0exGZHwIQe_wMPuY600I&m=cEGM1eG4MV8Np_KeK6sb6jfYJgdswGjcQTYxFHdTFzupvCb70UYtDMyg7NpFuE7C&s=OMf_6s7TxwME3Uy1c8Gt1EhBFiwPZjLuXDa0XUV61_o&e= >
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Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine
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