Event Name

Swedish National Cryo-EM Facility Inaugural Symposium

Start Date 8th May 2017
End Date 9th May 2017
Description

Exploring the Complexity of Life by Cryo-EM

The first international cryo-EM symposium in Sweden will take place in Stockholm (May 8) and Umeå (May 9), and present the developments that are shaping this scientific breakthrough. Topics covered include central discoveries in cryo-EM, the most recent methodological developments and applications to central biological questions.

May 8 (Stockholm)

  • New frontiers in single-particle cryo-EM: imaging short-lived states and tracking a continuum of states
    Joachim Frank, Columbia University, United States
  • Atomic resolution cryo-EM Sriram Subramaniam, National Institute of Health, United States
  • A molecular movie of the exitation-contraction coupling
    Nieng Yan, Tsinghua University, China
  • Mitochondrial membrane proteins and the resolution revolution in cryo-EM
    Werner Kühlbrandt, MPI Biophysics, Germany
  • Single particle analysis of small molecules with the Volta phase plate
    Radostin Danev, MPI Biochemistry, Germany
  • Next steps for automation in cryo-EM
    Bridget Carragher, NYSBC, United States
  • Cryo-EM methods that drive the revolution: example applications in Alzheimer’s disease
    Sjors Scheres, MRC-LMB, United Kingdom
  • Future software development challenges in cryo-EM
    Jose Miguel de la Rosa Trevin, Cryo-EM Facility, Sweden

May 9 (Umeå)

  • Reducing the cost and increasing the speed of cryoEM
    Richard Henderson, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
  • Structures of scarce native complexes by cryo-EM: Finally following eukaryotic ribosome biogenesis at molecular resolution
    Roland Beckmann, Gene Center, University of Munich LMU, Germany
  • Single particle analysis of chromatin complexes
    Sara Sandin, Nanyang Technological University, NTU, Singapore
  • Protein synthesis in organelles at cryo-EM resolution
    Alexey Amunts, Stockholm University
  • Opening windows into the cell:  Revealing the molecular  architecture of the nuclear periphery
    Elizabeth Villa, University of California, San Diego, USA
  • A Hitchhiker’s guide to cryo-tomography: travel tips on things to do
    Elisabeth Fischer, National Institute of Health, Hamilton, MT, USA
  • Using new methods in cryo-EM to gain mechanistic insight into gene expression
    Lori Passmore, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
  • Enabling and doing structural biology in situ – Recent advances in cryo-electron tomography
    Jürgen Plitzko, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried/Munich, Germany
Location Stockholm and Umeå
Sweden
Contact Marta Carroni
marta.carroni@scilifelab.se
URL https://www.scilifelab.se/events/cryo-em/
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Category Symposia
Topics Cryo electron microscopy