UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT - PARTNERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY PRESENTS
The 5th Annual North Eastern Structure Symposium (NESS)
Computational Approaches to Structural Biology
Saturday, 11th October 2008
Program is now available for download
EARLY REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
LATE/WALK-IN REGISTRATION (after 26th September)
SORRY - Dinner is no longer available
Please follow this link for secure online registration. We accept payment by check. Please follow the link for further instructions. Acknowledgment will be issued via email (or fax if no email available) once full payment is recieived. Registration includes lunch, refreshments and poster session. Late/Walk-in registration: $26.00 for students & post-docs, $42.00 for other participants (including faculty). Cash & checks will also be accepted for walk-ins.
Cancellation/ refund: Refund is no longer available after 26th September.
DOWNLOADS & LINKS
Download the printable registration form here.
Download the symposium flyer (pdf) here.
Link to online registration.
Link to directions & maps.
Department of Chemistry
Univeristy of Connecticut, Storrs
Department of Molecular, Microbal & Structural Biology
Univeristy of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington
Contact & inquiries:
Structural Biology (NESS 08)
University of Connecticut
U-3125, 91 North Eagleville Road
Storrs, CT 06269-3125
Phone: (860) 486-0260
Fax: (860) 486-4331
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