Fall 2021 Crash Course

 

Thursday, December 9 2021 • 1:00 PM EST

VIRTUAL EVENT • Register at go.rutgers.edu/dlqx9nfb

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1:00–1:05 pm
Introductions
Stephen K. Burley, M.D., D.Phil.: Founding Director, Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine
J.Barr von Oehsen, Ph.D.: Associate Vice President,
Office of Advanced Research Computing
1:05–1:10 pm

Welcome and Crash Course Learning Objectives
Michael E.Zwick, Ph.D: Senior Vice President, Office of Research

1:10–1:40 pm

Do Novo Protien Structure Prediction: Disruptive Transformation of Biology in 3D
Minkyung Beak, Ph.D: University of Washington

1:40–2:10 pm

Primer on Aritificial Intelligence: Statistical Underpinning and Vocabulary
Sijian Wang, Ph.D: IQB; SAS-Statistics

2:10–2:30 pm

Potential for Impact on Research in Cell/Molecular, Cancer, and Structural Biology
Stephen K. Burley, M.D., D.Phil.:RCSB PDB; IQB; SAS-C&CB; CINJ


                                         Lightning Talks:

2:30–2:45 pm

Experience with Applications in Single-partilce Cryo-Election Microscopy
Vasileios Petrou, Ph.D:CLL; RNJMS-MB&MG

2:45-3:00 pm

Experience with Applications in Computational Biology
Guilaume Lamoureux, Ph.D:CCIB-Chemistry

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 


 

Tuesday, November 2 2021 • 1:00 PM

VIRTUAL EVENT • Register at go.rutgers.edu/khhhy45r

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1:00–1:05 pm

Welcome and introductions
Stephen K. Burley, M.D., D.Phil.: Founding Director, Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine

1:05–1:25 pm

Protein Data Bank at 50 years of age
Stephen K. Burley, M.D., D.Phil.: Director, RCSB PDB; IQB; SAS-C&CB; CINJ

1:25–1:45 pm

Structural biology of transcription and transcriptional regulation
Richard Ebright, Ph.D.: WI; SAS-C&CB

1:45–2:05 pm

Structural elucidation of beta-(1,3)-glucan synthase from Candida glabrata using
cryo-electron tomography

Wei Dai, Ph.D.: IQB; SAS-CBN

2:05–2:25 pm

Use of structural information to guide successful design of HIV/AIDS treatments
Eddy Arnold, Ph.D.: CABM; SAS-C&CB; CINJ

2:25–2:45 pm

How Colicin E1 stoppers the multidrug efflux pump TolC
Jason Kaelber, Ph.D.: IQB; Rutgers Cryo-EM and Nanoimaging Facility; CINJ

2:45–3:00 pm

Break

3:00-3:20 pm

Bacterial response regulators: Diverse regulatory mechanisms enabled by
structurally conserved domains

Ann Stock, Ph.D.: CABM; RWJMS-B&MB; CINJ

3:20–3:40 pm

Solving protein structures with proton detected solid-state NMR: 15 years of progress
Andrew Nieuwkoop, Ph.D.: SAS-C&CB

3:40–4:00 pm

How PDB expanded my career from biology to data science
Catherine Lawson, Ph.D.: IQB; RCSB PDB

4:00–4:20 pm

Investigating alpha-Synuclein amyloid seeding processes by NMR
Jean Baum, Ph.D.: SAS-C&CB

4:20–4:40 pm A story from under the poisonous umbrella: Towards cryo-EM structure determination
of the ribosome-Shiga toxin complex

Arek Kulczyk, Ph.D.: IQB; SEBS-M&B; CINJ
4:40–5:00 pm

Conformational plasticity in molecular recognition
Guy Montelione, Ph.D.: Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute-C&CB (previously Rutgers CABM; SAS-MBB)

5:00–5:20 pm Structure determination of small proteins by single-particle cryo-electron microscopy
Vasileios Petrou, Ph.D.: CII; RNJMS-MB&MG
5:20–5:40 pm Receptor binding and entry of Hepatitis C Virus
Joe Marcotrigiano, Ph.D.: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease
(previously Rutgers CABM; SAS-C&CB)
5:40–6:00 pm Nucleic acid structures and the Protein Data Bank
Helen M. Berman, Ph.D.: Director Emerita, RCSB PDB; IQB; SAS-C&CB
6:00 pm Closing remarks and acknowledgements
Stephen K. Burley, M.D., D.Phil.