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Day Date Time Location Topic(s) Speaker(s)
Thursday 06/19/08 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  The Exocyst Complex: Molecular Architecture and Function in Exocytosis   Mary Munson, Univ. of Massachusetts 
Thursday 05/15/08 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  HIV-1 Assembly Explored by Electron Cryocrystallography and Molecular Modeling: Implications for Drug Discovery   Mark Yeager, Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics, University of Virginia 
Thursday 04/17/08 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Understanding Electrostatics: Beyond the Poisson-Boltzmann view   Patrice Koehl, University of California, Davis 
Thursday 03/20/08 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  HMMER: a new generation of homology search software   Sean Eddy, Janelia Farm Research Institute 
Thursday 02/21/08 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Chaperone-Assisted Crystallography: A new approach to solve tough problems   Tony Kossiakoff, Univ of Chicago 
Friday 02/08/08 9:00 AM Bldg 45, Room E1/E2  A symposium in honor of Martin Kessel   registration is required 
Thursday 01/31/08 4:30 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Engineering structure and function with theoretical protein design   Jeffrey Saven, Univ of Pennsylvania 
Thursday 12/20/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 45, Natcher - Conference room E1/E2  Structural studies on glutamate receptor ion channels: the molecules of memory   Mark Mayer, NICHD, NIH 
Thursday 10/18/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  "Structural and functional insights of synaptic vesicle fusion"   Axel Brunger, Stanford University 
Tuesday 09/25/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Protein-protein interactions: What is the Preferred Way for proteins to interact?   Ruth Nussinov, NIH 
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06/21/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room    George Rose 
Monday 05/14/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room    Klaus Schulten 
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04/19/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  A new view of Microtubule assembly: reinterpretation of the mechanism and role of GTP.   David Agard 
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03/15/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Tools for Electron Tomography of Macromolecules, Cellular structures, and Whole Cells   David Mastronarde 
Thursday 03/08/07 2:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  FRET measurements of single nucleosome dynamics   Joerg Langowski 
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02/15/07 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  The Biochemistry of HIV-1 Budding   Wes Sundquist 
Thursday 01/31/07 4:30 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Engineering structure and function with theoretical protein design   Jeffrey Saven, Univ. of Pennsylvania 
Thursday 12/14/06 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Extracellular Regulation of the EGF Receptor   Mark Lemmon 
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11/16/06 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  The Unique Contribution of Ion-Mobility MALDI to Structure Elucidation and Imaging of Biomolecules   Amina Woods 
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10/11/06 11:00 AM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room    Andrej Sali 
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09/28/06 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room    Jose Rizo-Rey 
Thursday 06/15/06 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room    TBA 
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05/18/06 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  TBA   John Sondek 
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04/20/06 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Structure and stability of multiprotein complexes characterized by nanoES-FT-ICR/MS   John Klassen, U of Alberta 
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03/16/06 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Protein cores and loops: important clues to protein structure and function evolution   Anna Panchenko, NCBI 
Thursday 03/08/06 2:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room    Joerg Langowski 
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09/15/05 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Structural mechanisms for regulating the initiation of DNA replication   James Berger, UC Berkeley 
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06/16/05 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Structural Bioinformatics Approaches to Predicting Protein Interaction Specificity   Mona Singh, Princeton University 
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05/19/05 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Structure and function of scavenger receptors and implications for human disease   Jeffrey Boyington, NIEHS 
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04/20/05 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS Lecture: The mechanism and selectivity of ammonia transport, and the structure of the transporter AmtB at 1.35 A resolution   Robert Stroud, University of California San Francisco 
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04/08/05 12:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  3D domain swapping and amyloid aggregation of cystatin C   Mariusz Jaskolski, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland 
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03/21/05 12:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  3D Structure Studies of the Insulin-Secreting Pancreatic Beta Cell by EM Tomography   Brad Marsh, University of Queensland 
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03/17/05 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Argonaute: the secret life of Slicer   Leemor Joshua-Tor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 
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03/09/05 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS Lecture:Organization and Function of the Synapse Proteome: A Cognitive Machine   Seth Grant, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute 
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02/23/05 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS Lecture: Aquaporin Water Channels: From Atomic Structure to Clinical Medicine   Peter Agre, Johns Hopkins University 
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02/17/05 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Structural studies of prokaryotic transcription   Seth Darst, The Rockefeller University 
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01/27/05 2:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Mass Spectrometry Tutorial   Doug Sheeley, Al Yergey 
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01/25/05 1:30 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Imaging and detecting molecular interactions of single transmembrane proteins   Daniel Mueller, University of Technology, Dresden 
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01/12/05 2:00 PM Cloister lecture hall and chapel  First biannual SBIG postdoctoral symposium   Audray Harris, Junji Iwahara, Greg Miller, Vichetra Sam, Robert Havlin, Chun Tang, Ye Che, Daniel Harries 
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12/16/04 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Effective protein crystallization by surface engineering   Zygmunt Derewenda, University of Virginia 
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12/08/04 2:30 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF MEMBRANE ASSOCIATED PROTEINS AND MOLECULAR MACHINES BY CRYO-ELECTRON MICROSCOPY   Alok K. Mitra, University of Auckland 
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11/19/04 11:00 AM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  X-ray crystallography and electron microscopy as complementary methods in membrane protein structure determination   Werner Kuehlbrandt, MPI for Biophysics, Frankfurt 
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10/27/04 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS lecture: Ion channels: Life's electronic hardware   Roderick Mackinnon, The Rockefeller University 
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10/22/04 10:00 AM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  What can we learn from 2D crystals of membrane proteins?   Andreas Engel, Biozentrum, Basel 
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10/20/04 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS Lecture: The structure, origin and mechanism of the nuclear pore complex   Michael Rout, The Rockefeller University 
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09/29/04 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Main Auditorium, Natcher Conference Center  NIH Research Festival 2004: technological advances in structural biology and biophysics   Ad Bax, NIH/NIDDK; Philip Anfinrud, NIH/NIDDK; Sriram Subramaniam, NIH/NCI; Robert Tycko, NIH/NIDDK 
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09/23/04 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  The NIH Roadmap for Medical Research   Michael Gottesman, NIH/OD 
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06/16/04 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Extreme Muslce Biology; from A to Z   Dr. Kuan Wang, Chief, Lab Muscle Biology, NIAMS 
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05/19/04 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Biophysical and molecular modeling studies of membrane proteins   Prof. Terry Lybrand, Vanderbilt University 
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04/21/04 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Structural Studies of a Bacterial Genotoxin   C. Erec Stebbins, Rockefeller University 
Wednesday 03/31/04 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  Structural and Digital Biology of Macromolecular Complexes   Wah Chiu, Baylor College of Medicine 
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03/17/04 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  GRK2 and Leukemia-Associated RhoGEF: Adventures with Modular Signal Transduction Enzymes   John Tesmer, University of Texas Austin 
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02/18/04 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Ligand Regulation of GRP94, the ER Hsp90 chaperone   Daniel Gewirth, Duke University 
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01/21/04 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Dynamic Structure of the Post Synaptic Density   Thomas S. Reese, NINDS 
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01/07/04 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS Lecture   John Fenn, Nobel Laureate 
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12/17/03 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS Lecture   Douglas Rees, California Institute of Technology 
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12/10/03 3:00 PM Bldg. 10 - Masur Auditorium  WALS Lecture - Functional Proteomics: Methods Development and Applications to Signal Transduction   Natalie Ahn, University of Colorado 
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11/19/03 11am-12pm (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Completing the structural architecture of the photosynthetic electron transport chain   William A. Cramer, Purdue University 
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10/22/03 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Electron Microscopy and Image Processing: Structure Analysis and Subunit Architecture of Complex I from Yarrowia lipolytica.   Michael Radermacher, University of Vermont 
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10/15/03 2:00pm-3:30pm NIH Research Festival; Natcher Rm E1/E2  MiniSymposium: Frontiers of Structural Biology - Macromolecular Complexes and Assemblies   James Hurley, Traci Hall, Alasdair Steven, Jacqueline Milne 
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09/17/03 4:00 PM (3rd Weds meeting) Bldg. 50 - First Floor Conference Room  Making and Breaking Ribosomes: Lessons in RNA Annealing, Cleavage and Recognition   Carl Correll, University of Chicago 
Tuesday 06/17/03 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  Weak alignment provides a new NMR view of protein structure   Ad Bax, NIDDK 
Tuesday 05/20/03 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  Rho GTPase activation by Dbl oncoproteins  John Sondek, University of North Carolina 
Tuesday 04/15/03 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  Structural genomics using Pyrococcus furiosus as the model system  Michael Adams University of Georgia, Athens 
Tuesday 03/18/03 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  Crystal Structure and Catalytic Mechanism of a SET Domain Protein Methyltransferase  Raymond Trievel, NIDDK 
Tuesday 01/21/03 2:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  The structure of E. coli BtuCD and the implications for the mechanisms of ABC transporters  Kaspar Locher, California Insitute of TechnologyPasadena, 
Tuesday 12/17/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  Receptor autoinhibition and cancer: structures of members of the EGF receptor family  Dan Leahy, Johns Hopkins University 
Tuesday 11/19/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  New Methods Yield New Insights into the Remarkable Conservation of Actin's Sequence and Structure   Edward Egelman, UVA, Charlottesville 
Wednesday 10/30/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50 Auditorium  Automated Interpretation of Fluorescence Microscope Images: Location Proteomics    Robert F. Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
Wednesday 09/18/02 4pm Masur Auditorium Bldg. 10  Biophysics of Protein-Protein Interactions - NIH WALS hosted by the Proteome and Structural biology Interest Groups  Elizabeth Komives, Ph.D. 
Tuesday 06/18/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  Structural studies of the PUMILIO RNA binding domain   Traci Hall, NIEHS 
Tuesday 06/11/02 4-6:00 PM Bldg. 50  SBIG Tutorial:An introduction to Electron Microscopy and Three-dimensional Reconstruction  Alasdair Steven (NIAMS) and Sriram Subramaniam (NCI) 
Tuesday 05/21/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  A Conserved Domain Database   Steve Bryant, NCBI/NLM 
Tuesday 04/16/02 4-6 PM Bldg. 50  SBIG Tutorial on X-Ray Crystallography in Structural Biology (see Special Events for details)  Dr. Xinhua Ji, Macromolecular Crystallography Lab, NCIChief, Biomolecular Structure SectionFrederick, MDDr. Zbigniew DauterMacromolecular Crystallography Lab, NCIChief, Synchrotron Radiation Research SectionBrookhaven National Lab, Upton, NY 
Tuesday 04/09/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  Movements in Molecular Complexes: Watching Viruses Mature by Time-resolved Cryo-EM  Alasdair Steven, NIAMS 
Tuesday 03/26/02 4-6PM Bldg. 50  Special SBIG Tutorial: Proteomics/mass spectrometry (see details under Special Items)  Dr. Doug Sheeley (NCRR) and Dr. Jeff Kowalak (NIMH) 
Tuesday 03/19/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  Structural Genomics of the Yersinia pestis Yop Virulon   David Waugh, MCL, NCI 
Tuesday 02/19/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  Probing the Structures of Amyloid Fibrils with Novel Solid State NMR Methods   Rob Tycko, NIDDK 
Tuesday 01/21/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  The structure of E. coli BtuCD and the implications for the mechanisms of ABC transporters  Kaspar Locher, California Insitute of Technology Pasadena, 
Tuesday 01/21/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  The structure of E. coli BtuCD and the implications for the mechanisms of ABC transporters  Kaspar Locher, California Insitute of Technology Pasadena, 
Tuesday 01/21/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  The structure of E. coli BtuCD and the implications for the mechanisms of ABC transporters   Kaspar Locher, California Insitute of Technology Pasadena, 
Tuesday 01/21/02 4:00 PM Bldg. 50  The structure of E. coli BtuCD and the implications for the mechanisms of ABC transporters  Kaspar Locher, California Insitute of Technology Pasadena, 
Tuesday 01/15/02 2:00 PM Bldg. 50  Applying structural biology to HIV vaccine development  Peter Kwong, VRC 
Tuesday 12/18/01 3:00 PM Wilson Hall  Structure and function of NK cell surface receptors   Peter Sun, NIAID 
Tuesday 11/20/01 3:00 PM Wilson Hall  Imaging Molecular Assemblies with High Resolution Electron Microscopy   Sriram Subramaniam, NCI 
Tuesday 10/16/01 3:00 PM Wilson Hall  Structure and Function of Outer Membrane Active Transporters   Susan Buchanan, NIDDK 
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09/26/01 1:00 PM Wilson Hall, Bldg. 1  Town Meeting for NIH structural biologists to discuss the future governing structure and activities of the SBIG. This is a major event for NIH structural biology. It is the first such open-to-all meeting since the SBIG was founded ten years ago.   Adrian Parsegian, Martin Kessel, James Hurley, others and open discussion 

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