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Feierliche Einweihung*

BNMRZ Ernst-Otto-Fischer-Straße 2, 85748 Garching

9:30 - 11:00 h

Eröffnung mit Ansprachen

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Wolfgang A. Herrmann, Präsident TUM
Prof. Dr. med. Marion Kiechle, Bayerische Staatsministerin für Wissenschaft und Kunst

Podiumsdiskussion „Bedeutung der Strukturbiologie in der biomedizinischen Forschung“

Prof. Wolfgang Herrmann, Präsident TUM
Prof. Horst Kessler, TUM - IAS & BNMRZ
Prof. Robert Huber, Nobelpreisträger, TUM / MPI Martinsried
Prof. Wolfgang Baumeister, TUM / MPI Martinsried;
Prof. Michael Sattler, BNMRZ (TUM & Helmholtz Zentrum München)
Prof. Matthias H. Tschöp, wiss. Geschäftsführer Helmholtz Zentrum München

Moderation: Anouschka Horn
Musikalische Umrahmung: Bavarian Chamber Brass

11:00 - 13:00 h

Besichtigung des Forschungsbaus mit Sektempfang und kleinem Mittagsbuffet



Scientific Symposium

The Future of Integrative Structural Biology

(download PDF program)

TUM-IAS, Lichtenbergstraße 2a, 85748 Garching

13:25 h

Michael Sattler (BNMRZ) Welcome


Session 1 (Chair: Michael Sattler)

13:30 h

Horst Kessler (TUM IAS)
The development of NMR in Germany and the foundation of the BNMRZ

13:55 h

Gerhard Wagner (Harvard Medical School), Boston MA, USA)
Tackling human translation initiation with diverse structural and functional methods.

14:20 h

Lucia Banci (CERM, University of Florence)
The unique  NMR contribution to uncover cellular processes

14:45 h

Robert G. Griffin (MIT, Cambridge MA, USA)
Atomic resolution structures of amyloid fibrils

15:10 h

Patrick Wikus (Bruker, Fällanden, Switzerland)
Magnets with high-temperature superconductors: an enabling technology for ultra-high field NMR

15:30 h

Coffee break


Session 2 (Chair: Bernd Reif)

16:00 h

Robert Huber (MPI Martinsried)
The century of vision: protein structures in basic science and pharma research

16:40 h

Angela Gronenborn (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
Synergy between NMR, cryo-EM and large-scale MD simulations - structure and dynamics of the HIV capsid and its cellular interactors

17:05 h

Martin Blackledge (IBS Grenoble, France)
NMR studies of large-scale protein conformational dynamics :
from fundamental biophysics to functional biology

17:30 h

Coffee break


Session 3 (Chair: Steffen Glaser)

17:50 h

Anne Schütz (BNMRZ)
A dynamic molecular basis for protein malfunction

18:05 h

Christian Griesinger (MPI Göttingen)
Recognition by NMR: applications to immunology and neurodegeneration

18:30 h

Franz Hagn (BNMRZ)
Membrane proteins and NMR: biochemical tools to make it happen

18:45 h

Wolfgang Baumeister (MPI Martinsried)
Structural biology in situ: the promise and the challenges of cryo electron tomography

19:10 h


19:30 h

Dinner & Party*, TUM IAS, 4th floor with discussions, music, magicians

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