Workshop Details
Mechanistic Studies in Membrane Biophysics: Experiments and Theory (registration includes one lunch)
03/02/2015 - 03/06/2015
Meeting Description:

With rapid developments in novel experimental techniques, limits in the resolution, size and complexity of the biological systems that can be investigated have been constantly pushed forward. The availability of new experimental data poses exciting challenges to the theoretical community for developing novel theoretical and computational models that can be used to better interpret experimental results and glean further mechanistic insights. This is particularly clear in the study of membrane biophysics, which involves complex processes that span multiple length and time scales. In this workshop, as part of our series in Mechanistic analysis of biological systems with novel computational models, we bring together theoretical & computational biophysicists/chemists and leading experimentalists to discuss important problems in membrane biophysics, especially concerning how to best connect theoretical/computational studies with experiments. The subjects of focus include: membrane mechanics and signaling, antimicrobial/cell-penetration peptides/polymers, diffusion in membranes, membrane fusion and remodeling.

Notes:

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Supporting Files:

ScheduleTSRC_2015(Final2).docx
Meeting Venue:

Camels Garden Hotel
250 W. San Juan Avenue Telluride CO 81435 970-728-9300

Mechanistic Studies in Membrane Biophysics: Experiments and Theory (registration includes one lunch) Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Chao, Luke Harvard Medical School
Cui, Qiang UW-Madison
Grabe, Michael UCSF
Heberle, Frederick Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Kasson, Peter University of Virginia
Katsaras, John Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Lidke, Diane University of New Mexico
Lyman, Edward Univ of Delaware
Maibaum, Lutz University of Washington
Parekh, Sapun Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Pastor, Richard National Institutes of Health
Rheinstadter, Maikel McMaster University
Skinner, James Univ of Wisconsin
Tieleman, Peter University of Calgary
Veatch, Sarah University of Michigan

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