Frontiers and Careers in cryoEM Symposium

California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Frontiers and Careers in cryoEM Symposium | April 27-28, 2018

Hosted by the UCLA’s Electron Imaging Center for Nanomachines (EICN) at CNSI, this symposium will feature cutting-edge technology and method developments and advanced research topics in all aspects of cryo electron microscopy (cryoEM, including single-particle, tomography and MicroED). We will strive to enhance dialogue between academia and industry, and between seasoned investigators and future generations of cryoEM practitioners.

Poster Competition

Applicants must send a 200 word or less abstract on related research by March 30, 2018. To submit your abstract, please complete the form below:

Speakers

David Eisenberg, UCLA

Keynote

Peng Ge, UCLA

Debnath Ghosal, Caltech

Tamir Gonen, UCLA

Co-organizer

Dorit Hanein, Sanford-Burnham

Jiansen Jiang, NIH

Gabriel Lander, Scripps Research Institute

Jeff Lengyel, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Maofu Liao, Harvard Medical School

Jun Liu, Yale

Ali Punjani, University of Toronto

Jose Rodriquez, UCLA

Co-organizer

Alexis Rohou, Genentech

David Veesler, University of Washington

Rebecca Voorhees, CalTech

Nieng Yan, Princeton University

Hong Zhou, UCLA

Organizer

Hosted by UCLA's Electron Imaging Center for Nanomachines (EICN), April 27-28, 2018

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Poster Competition Submission

Please make sure your abstract is 200 words or less

Organizers and Sponsors

For nearly 100 years, UCLA has been a pioneer, persevering through impossibility, turning the futile in the attainable. Our campus, faculty and students are driven by optimism.

EICN offers advanced electron imaging techniques for visualizing materials, nanomachines, and cellular structures at atomic or nanometer scales in 2D and 3D.

The California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at UCLA produces life-changing scientific, economic and social impact in California and across the world.

Accelerating the path from structure to function through integrative structural biology solutions.