7th International NCCR Symposium on New Trends in Structural Biology

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7th International NCCR Symposium on New Trends in Structural Biology

Patrick Sticher-2
Dear colleagues,

please be informed that the registration slot for the

7th International NCCR Symposium on New Trends in Structural Biology
7 + 8 September 2009, ETH Zürich, Lecture Hall HG E7, Zürich, Switzerland

is now open. Online registration is possible directly from the symposium
website:
www.structuralbiology.uzh.ch/symposium2009
where you will also find further information about this event.

Confirmed plenary lecturer to date:
Pietro de Camilli, Arthur Horwich, Brian Kobilka, Harry Noller, Anna
Marie Pyle, David Wemmer, Masasuke Yoshida

Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime if you need further
information ([hidden email]).

With best regards,
Patrick Sticher

The NCCR Structural Biology is a research initiative of the Swiss
Science Foundation. Its research encompasses the fields of recombinant
protein technologies, macromolecular structure determination and
computational biomolecular sciences with a special focus on membrane
proteins and supramolecular assemblies/interactions. 19 research groups
from Swiss Universities and Research Institutions participate in this
network. www.structuralbiology.uzh.ch/

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Dr. Patrick Sticher Moser
NCCR Scientific Officer
Institute of Biochemistry
University of Zürich
Winterthurerstrasse 190
CH - 8057 Zürich

Phone    +41 / (0)44 / 635 54 84
Fax    +41 / (0)44 / 635 59 08

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Visit the NCCR on the Internet
www.structuralbiology.uzh.ch

Dr. Patrick Sticher Moser
NCCR Scientific Officer
Institute of Biochemistry
University of Zürich
Winterthurerstrasse 190
CH - 8057 Zürich

Phone +41 / (0)44 / 635 54 84
Fax +41 / (0)44 / 635 59 08
Mail [hidden email]

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