UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT - PARTNERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY PRESENTS
The 6th Annual North Eastern Structure Symposium (NESS)
Structural Biology of Host-Virus Interactions
Saturday, 03rd October 2009
REGISTRATION & FEES
$35.00 for students & postdocs. $50.00 for all other participants (including faculty). Registration includes lunch, refreshments and poster sessions. Alternatively, participants can choose to register with dinner reception included: $60.00 for students & postdocs, $80.00 for other participants. Seats for dinner reception are limited and are provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
For a dinner menu click here.
We strongly encourage students & postdocs to participate in the poster session. There will be a $100 cash prize for the "best poster award". Poster dimensions: No bigger than 4' x 6'.
Please click here for online registration (and credit card payment). For UCONN faculty who would like to pay by FRS, follow this link.
Walk-in registrations must be payed by check.
The meeting will be help at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, Connecticut. Lectures will be in the Keller Auditorium of the main building.
Free parking is available in lots F,G,H, and I in front of the main building.
See links below for directions and for a campus map.
DOWNLOADS & LINKS
Download NESS'09 flyer
Link to online registration
Link to directions
Link to campus map
Department of Molecular & Cell Biology
University of Connecticut, Storrs
Department of Molecular, Microbial & Structural Biology
University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington
Contact & inquiries:
Structural Biology (NESS'09)
University of Connecticut
U-3125, 91 North Eagleville Road
Storrs, CT 06269-3125
Phone: (860) 486-4333
Fax: (860) 486-4331
Welcome to our 6th annual North Eastern Structure Symposium site. This year our theme is the Structural Biology of Host-Virus Interactions, a topic that leads us to understand and find better ways to treat viral illnesses. Like previous years, we have invited leading scientists of various areas in this field to share their latest findings. Topics include Structural Biology of HIV, Viral evasion of detection & host-mediated elimination, Innate & Intrinsic Immunity.
For a schedule click here.
Lab of Molecular Biology NIDDK - National Institutes of Health
Department of Biochemistry - University of Utah
Department of Molecular & Cell Biology - University of Connecticut, Storrs
Department of Department of Pathology & Immunology - Washington University
Department of Physics - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology & Biophysics - University of Minnesota
Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology - University of Massachusetts Medical School
Department of Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry - Yale University