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[SA_scat] Practical Workshop on Characterization of ProteinComplexes in Structural Biology

Practical Workshop on Characterization of Protein Complexes in  
Structural Biology
EMBL Hamburg, 30th June - 3rd July 2009.

The workshop is aimed at advanced graduate students and postdoctoral  
fellows interested in expanding their knowledge of state-of-the-art  
biophysical and biochemical characterization methods of protein  
complexes. The workshop will include hands-on sessions and lectures by  
world-leading experts from relevant fields. Topics covered will  
include FRET, BIFC, SAXS, ITC, high-throughput crystallization and  
mass spectrometry.

The course is supported by the EU funded projects SPINE2-complexes  
(http://www.spine2.eu/SPINE2/), 3D Repertoire  
(http://www.3drepertoire.org/) and PENELOPE (http://penelope.crg.es/).  
The course is open to everyone, however several places have been  
reserved for members of the supporting grants. There is no  
registration fee and accommodation and subsistence are covered for  
accepted applicants. Accommodation will be provided on the basis of  
shared double rooms.

The deadline for applications is the 30th of April 2009.

A letter of reference will be required from applicants not associated  
with a supporting grant. A selection committee will consider the  
applications and the result of the selection procedure will be sent to  
applicants by Email within about three weeks of the closing date.  
Please note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure  
that a letter of reference is uploaded prior to the application  

For further details, please go to www.embl-hamburg.de/protchar2009
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