Biomolecules and Nanostructures 6

10-14 May 2017, Podlesice, Poland

Invited Speakers

A list of confirmed speakers and titles of their talks are as follows:

Edward A. Bayer, Department of Biomolecular Sciences, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, ISRAEL
Designer cellulosomes: A treasure trove for synthetic nanobiotechnology

Evzen Boura, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
Hijacking of human co-factors by +RNA viruses to phosphorylate membranes: structural and functional point of view

Mariano Carrión Vázquez, The Cajal Institute, Spanish Research Council, Madrid, SPAIN
Learning from good and bad amyloids in the brain

Wojciech Dzwolak, Department of Chemistry, Universiy of Warsaw, POLAND
Insulin amyloid fibrils: A story with many twists

Diego U. Ferreiro, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Quantifying energetic heterogeneities in repeat proteins

Feng Gai, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
Assessing and manipulating protein folding energy landscape

Wiesław I. Gruszecki, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Lublin, POLAND
Selforganization of molecules of antibiotic amphotericin B

Patricia Jennings, University of California San Diego, U.S.A.
The role of pierced lassos in modulating disease: threading or folding?

Arek Kulczyk, Harvard Medical School, Boston, U.S.A.
Replisome structure: multiple interactions coordinate DNA synthesis

Thomas Leonard, Max F. Perutz Laboratories, Vienna, AUSTRIA
Allosteric activation and autoinhibition of Akt

Mai Suan Li, Institute of Physics PAS, Warsaw, POLAND
Protein aggregation and neurodegenerative diseases

Adam Liwo, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Gdansk, POLAND
Implementation of geometry-consistent local and correlation potentials in the UNRES force field

Sonia Longhi, CNRS - Aix-Marseille University, Marseille, FRANCE
How order and disorder orchestrate paramyxoviral transcription and replication

Joseph Marsh, Institute of Genetics & Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
Implications of protein complex assembly for human genetic disease

Piotr E. Marszalek, Center For Biologically Inspired Materials and Material Systems, Duke University, U.S.A.
Mechanical unfolding, refolding and misfolding of large proteins by single molecule force spectroscopy

Cristian Micheletti, International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA), Trieste, ITALY
Knots in biomolecules and in self-assembling systems

Gerd Ulrich Nienhaus, Institute of Applied Physics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY
Quantitative fluorescence microscopy of nanoparticles interacting with proteins and cells

Cornelia G. Palivan, Chemistry Department, University of Basel, Basel, SWITZERLAND
Protein-polymer membranes as functional membranes for development of artificial organelles

George D. Rose, Johns Hopkins University,Biophysics Department, Baltimore, U.S.A.
Protein folding: non-specific interactions promote highly specific chain organization

Adam Round, European XFEL GmbH, Schenefeld, GERMANY
Single particles to biological macromolecules - imaging and crystallographic studies with XFEL's and research opportunities at the SPB/SFX beamline

Bartosz Różycki, Institute of Physics PAS, Warsaw, POLAND
Theoretical analysis of SAXS experiments on disordered proteins

Mark S.P. Sansom, Deptartment of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Molecular Simulations of Biomembranes: Protein-Lipid Interactions in Complex Membranes

Peter Tompa, VIB-VUB Center for Structural Biology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, BELGIUM
The role of structural disorder in protein quality control

Wim Vranken, VIB-VUB Center for Structural Biology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, ULB-VUB - Interuniversity Institute of Bioinformatics in Brussels, BELGIUM
Capturing the ambiguous behaviour of proteins from sequence-based predictions

Aleksandra M. Walczak, CNRS-ENS, Paris, FRANCE
Diversity of immune repertoires

Anna Zawadzka-Kazimierczuk, Max F. Perutz Laboratories, University of Vienna, AUSTRIA
Studying intrinsically disordered proteins with NMR experiments of high dimensionality