OPPF-MPL High-throughput Protein Production and Crystallization

Mar 30. till Apr 07.

OPPF-MPL High-throughput Protein Production and Crystallization

The aim of this course will be to review the state-of-the-art in HTP structural biology with an emphasis on methods to study complex and difficult targets, including membrane proteins.

Date
30/03/20112011-03-30 - 07/04/20112011-04-07
Location
Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK
The aim of this course will be to review the state-of-the-art in HTP structural biology with an emphasis on methods to study complex and difficult targets, including membrane proteins.
 
The course is FREE for participants from UK Academic Institutions. The course is aimed at Post-doctoral researchers and PhD students with at least one years relevant experience in structural biology.

The course will be limited to 12 participants and priority will be given to applicants from UK Academic Institutions.

The course runs from 30th March to 7th April 2011

Organisers
Ray Owens (OPPF)
Isabel de Moraes (MPL)

Invited speakers:
David Drew (Imperial College, London)
Robert Gilbert (Oxford University)
So Iwata (Imperial College, London)
Ian Jones (Reading University)
Dave Stuart (Oxford University) 

Location:
Research Complex at Harwell
R92 Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Harwell Science and Innovation Campus
Didcot , Oxon , OX11 0FA UK

For further details and to apply for the course please go to the OPPF or MPL websites:
 
The deadline for applications is 20th January 2011