IMP/I-CORE Symposium on Molecular Machines

October 15, 2015
The David Lopatie Conference Center
Weizmann Institute of Science

Invited Speakers

    Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP)

  • Débora Broch-Trentini - "Revealing a bacterial version of the ubiquitin-proteasome system"

  • Tim Clausen - "Mechanism and regulation of the Hsp104 disaggregase"

  • Nina Franicevic - "Towards a better understanding of myosin folding and assembly"

  • Marcin Suskiewicz - "Structural and Functional Investigation of the Protein Arginine Kinase McsB"

    Weizmann Institute of Science

  • Ed Bayer - "Cellulosomes: Multi-enzyme machines for deconstruction of structural polysaccharides"

  • Benjamin Geiger - "The mechanobiology of cell adhesion: How are mechanical perturbations translated into biochemical signals"

  • Amnon Horovitz - "Allostery in the chaperonin folding machines"

  • Emanuel Levy - "PDB-wide identification of functional quaternary structures"

  • Ami Navon - TBN

  • Gideon Schreiber - "The molecular basis for type I interferon activity"

  • Joel L. Sussman - "Proteopedia - a tool for Visualizing Molecular Machines"