Program

DBPA 2022 Program

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Monday, July 18

Time Session/Lecture info
12:30-13:30
Welcome & Lunch
 
14:00-15:35
Session 1:Design of supramolecular protein assemblies
 
14:00-14:40
Todd Yeates, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA, US
Origins and recent applications of designed protein cages
14:40-14:55
Rosalie Lipsh, Weizmann Institute of Science
Recombining designed modular protein fragments to generate thousands of structurally diverse enzymes
14:55-15:35
Neil King, Institute for Protein Design, University of Washington, US
Computational design of novel self-assembling protein nanomaterials
15:35-16:00
Coffee Break
 
16:00-17:35
Session 2: Biology of supramolecular protein assemblies
 
16:00-16:40
Ayala Shiber, Department of Biology, Technion, Haifa, IL
Evolution of protein folding and assembly pathways: deciphering the characteristics of divergent co-translational assembly pathways in atomic resolution
16:40-16:55
Saurav Mallik , Weizmann Institute of Science
Co-translational assembly shapes the protein structure and regulation landscape globally
16:55-17:35
Moran Shalev Benami, Weizmann Institute of Science
What can we learn from the secrets of the ocean on evolved signaling
17:35-19:30
Welcome reception and dinner
 

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Organizing committee

  • Dek Woolfson,
    University of Bristol
  • Emmanuel Levy,
    Weizmann Institute of Science

Sponsors

  • Azrieli Institute for Systems Biology
  • Moross, Integration Cancer Center
  • The Chorafas Institute for Scientific Exchange
  • The Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for Molecular Design
  • The Helen and Milton A. Kimmelman Center for Biomolecular Structure & Assembly
  • The Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky Center

Coordinator & Accessibility Issues

Inbal Azoulay
inbal.azoulay@weizmann.ac.il

meet@WIS

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