New Frontiers in Transport ATPases: From Mechanistic to Therapeutic Concepts


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June 3, 2012
 Arrival, informal get together
June 4, 2012
 Keynote lecture: "Ion-Pumps" Poul Nissen (Center for Structural Biology, Denmark)
 Session I “Mechanism of ATP-driven Transport”
 Session II “Model Systems and Emerging Experimental Approaches”
June 5, 2012
 Session III “Molecular Nano-motors (F- and V-type ATPase)”
 Young Investigators Symposium "Future of Transport ATPases"
 Session IV “The Role of ATPases in Human Disease – Mechanistic Approach”
June 6
 Session V “Trafficking, Regulation, and Accessory Proteins”
 Poster Session
 Business Meeting
 Session VI “ATPases in metalloprotein biosynthesis and detoxification”
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June 7
 Session VII “ATPases in Lipid Transport and Membrane Biogenesis”
 Round Table with Professors (Career development and mentoring event)
 Best poster award (Chaired by Dr. Lutsenko and Dr. Tampe)
 Session VIII “New Cellular Functions of Transport ATPases”
 Closing remarks
June 8th Departure
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Poul Nissen (Keynote Speaker)
John Rubinstein, University of Toronto
Amy Davidson, Purdue University
Jens Peter Andersen, University of Aarhus
Todd Graham, Vanderbilt University
Robert S. Molday, University of British Columbia
Jose Arguello, Worcester Polytech Institute
Patricia Kane, SUNY
Thomas Meier, Max Plank Institute Biophysics
Bente Vilsen, University of Aarhus
Rajini Rao, Johns Hopkins University
Robert Tampe, University of Frankfurt
Coen Paulusma,Tytgat Institute for Liver and Intestinal Research
Olga Vagin, UCLA
Kazu Ueda University of Kyoto

3 Jun - 8 Jun 2012

Snowmass Village
United States of America
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