Dear OSU Science Community,
We are pleased to announce the “Life at the Nanoscale” mini symposium at the U of Oregon to be held on June 17th, 2016. This event was planned by the students of the Molecular Biology and Biophysics Training Grant at the University of Oregon and includes a fantastic line up of six speakers addressing important questions in biology ranging from mechanisms of neurotransmission to host-pathogen interactions, cytoskeletal regulation and RNA metabolism. The common thread between the featured speakers is that they each use cutting edge structural and biophysical techniques to understand molecular function.
In addition to the seminars, the mini symposium will feature a poster session, and we encourage all postdocs and students to register to present, as it will be a great opportunity for them to interact with the speakers.
The mini symposium will conclude with a dinner in the Willamette Hall atrium, and we are excited announce that University of Oregon’s own Brian Matthews will give a keynote seminar entitled “Structural Biology: Getting in on the Ground Floor”.
We hope that you can join us for this exciting event. Please register online at:
Registration will close on Friday, June 3rd, and space may be limited, so we encourage you to register early.