The Inaugural BioNMR Symposium is a one-day symposium focused on biological NMR, hosted by the Oregon State University Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics and the Oregon State University College of Science NMR Facility.  It will feature seminars by internationally recognized NMR scientists, a poster session, research talks by students and postdocs, a career session and opportunities for networking.  

Invited Speakers

Richard Kriwacki
St. Jude Children’s Hospital

Conformational landscapes of IDPs; Roles in small molecule interactions and phase separation

Clemens Anklin
Bruker Corporation

NMR in drug discovery

Michael Chapman
Oregon Health Sciences University

Protein dynamics in the turnover cycle of arginine kinase

Valérie Copié
Montana State University

Probing the metabolic reprogramming of immune cells upon pathogen exposure using NMR metabolomics approaches

Rachel Klevit
University of Washington

BRCA1 and Cancer

Dorothee Kern
Brandeis University

NMR at its best—Evolution of protein dynamics over 3.5 billion years and new strategies for drug design

Keynote Speaker

David Wemmer
University of California, Berkley

Disordered proteins, aggregation and disease

Poster Session: Students and Postdocs are encouraged to submit abstracts for the poster session.  A prize will be awarded for the best student poster.   Two students/postdocs will be selected from the submitted abstracts for oral presentations.  Students and Postdocs with presentations (poster or oral) will be considered for the Norell sponsored travel stipends, which will cover registration and one night of lodging.  Must be registered by July 7th, 2017 to be considered for a travel stipend.

Registration:  Registration Fees are $30 for students/postdocs and $50 Staff Scientists/PI’s. Registration includes coffee breaks, lunch and dinner (sponsored by Isotec).  The registration deadline is July 21st 2017. Registration and lodging information will be available at the OSU NMR Facility website.  Registration for the symposium will be available soon, please save the date and check back here often.  If you have questions, please contact Patrick Reardon or Elisar Barbar.