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[SA_scat] Tandem INSTRUCT Workshop


"Intrinsically Unfolded Proteins in Structural Biology"
"Complementary Methods in Structural Biology".

September 4th and 5th, 2008, Treudelberg Hotel, Hamburg, Germany

The aim of this tandem workshop is to define research areas that should be covered by the participating workgroups, and to develop goals and strategies for future research in these areas.

The workshop will be organised in three sessions and will be open to interested participants. All conference attendees must register at the following website: 

Deadline is August 15th, 2008. There is no workshop fee but places are limited and will be given on a first-come-first-served basis, therefore early registration is recommended.

The workshop is supported by the EU-funded project INSTRUCT (Integrated Structural Biology Infrastructure for Europe).

Further information on INSTRUCT can be found on the following website: 

Scientific organising committee:

Joel Sussman, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel Dmitri Svergun, EMBL-Hamburg, Germany Peter Timmins, ILL, Grenoble, France Peter Tompa, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary Matthias Wilmanns, EMBL-Hamburg, Germany

Local contacts:
Dr. Rosemary Wilson, EMBL-Hamburg,
email: r.wilson@embl-hamburg.de (scientific officer)

Margret Fischer, EMBL-Hamburg,
email: margret.fischer@embl-hamburg.de (administration)

Dr. Rosemary Wilson
Scientific Training officer
EMBL Hamburg c/o DESY, 
Notkestra▀e 85, 
22603 Hamburg, 
Tel: +49 40 89902- 216
E-mail: rwilson@embl-hamburg.de 

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