NNF Symposium 16 Nov 2017: Studying and controlling membrane proteins with light – University of Copenhagen

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12 October 2017

NNF Symposium 16 Nov 2017: Studying and controlling membrane proteins with light

Symposium

A Novo Nordisk Foundation symposium on “Studying and controlling membrane proteins with light” takes place on 16th November 2017. We have been able to attract top speakers from around the globe for this event.

A Novo Nordisk Foundation symposium on “Studying and controlling membrane proteins with light” takes place on 16th November 2017.

The symposium is organised by Stephan Pless, Associate Professor at the University of Copenhagen and Hanne Poulsen, Assistant Professor at Aarhus University.

The programme
The program covers various topics related to how membrane proteins can be studied and controlled using light, from single molecule techniques to systems and optogenetics approaches.

Key speakers
We have been able to attract top speakers from around the globe, incl Yuki Bando (Columbia University, US), Baron Chanda (University of Wisconsin, US),  Peter Hegemann (Berlin, Germany), Ehud Isacoff (Berkeley, US), Anna Moroni (Milan, Italy), Justin Taraska (NIH, US), Antoine Triller (ENS, Paris) and Ofer Yizhar, Weizmann Institute, Israel.

For more information about the symposium, including on the poster session, please see the symposium webpage.

Date, time and venue
When:
Thursday 16th November 2017, 8:30-18:00.

Where: The Novo Nordisk Foundation, Tuborg Havnevej 19, 2900 Hellerup/Copenhagen, Denmark.

Sign up for the symposium
Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required by 5th Nov. Registration is on a first-come, first served basis.

Please register online.