The CSSB Opening Symposium will explore new frontiers in structural systems biology with a particular focus on host – pathogen interactions. The symposium will take place from 13 – 15 November 2017 in Hamburg, Germany.
- Keynote Speech: Towards comprehensive 3D models of cell-scale strcutures in molecular detail
- The A and O in mechanisms of infections — probing interactions from the atom to organism scale
- Integrating and merging structural with complementary data across multiple scales and dimensions
- Taming increasingly larger and more complex beasts for understanding functions
- Extending the toolbox: Emerging technological advances and their combinations
- Key Note Speaker: David Goodsell – The Scripps Research Institute
- Sarah Butcher – University of Helsinki, Finland
- Bridget Carragher – New York Structural Biology Center, USA
- Henry Chapman – DESY/Universität Hamburg, Germany
- Volker Heussler – University of Bern, Switzerland
- Jorge Galan – Yale University, New Haven, USA
- Edward Lemke – EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany
- Jan Löwe – MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, United Kingdom
- Keiichi Namba – Osaka University, Japan
- Ollmann Saphire Erica – The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, USA
- Juri Rappsilber – Technical University Berlin, Germany
- Giulio Superti-Furga – Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria
- Gabriel Waksman – University College London, United Kingdom
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