Biomolecular NMR: tools for studying protein and RNA dynamics - A hands-on PhD course

Venue:                   Swedish NMR Centre, University of Gothenburg, Medicinaregatan 5C, Gothenburg, Sweden
Dates:                    September 26-30, 2016
Target group:        PhD students and researchers with projects involving biomolecular characterization by NMR
Organizers:           Vladislav Orekhov, Martin Billeter, Göran Karlsson 
                              Swedish NMR Centre & Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Gothenburg 
Information:           will be posted at  
                               http://www.nmr.gu.se/english/courses/
                               https://www.structuralbiology.eu/update/events/training-courses 
Registration:          send your affiliation, education background, and motivation to attend the course to 
                               vladislav.orekhov@nmr.gu.se
                               deadline – 25 Aug 2016; registration fee - none; number of participants is limited. 
Student support:  lodging and lunches will be provided for the course period. Please note in the application if you need it.

Teachers &  Topics

  • Akke Mikael             Lund University, Sweden                    Dynamics of protein folding and interactions
  • Bermel Wolfgang     Bruker BioSpin GmbH, Germany          Pulse programming, 3D experiments with a pseudo dimension
  • Hansen Flemming    University College London, UK            Relaxation dispersion, side-chains, and IDPs
  • Lundström Patrik     Linköping University, Sweden             Chemical shifts in protein excited state
  • Orekhov Vladislav    University of Gothenburg, Sweden      Quantitative Non-Uniform sampling
  • Petzold Katja           Karolinska Institute, Sweden               Functional dynamics in DNA and RNA
Monday, September 26, 2016 to Friday, September 30, 2016
Gothenburg, Sweden