A complete understanding of the most relevant biological processes can be achieved only by the three-dimensional description of the biomolecules and the complexes involved in these functions. In addition, increasing evidence demonstrates the fundamental role of conformational dynamics in biological activity. With its versatility, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) has notably furthered our understanding of molecular function from a structural and dynamic perspective.

Computational tools have been crucial for the full exploitation of the wide variety of parameters that can be measured by NMR, and have made a considerable contribution to the derivation of more accurate structural and dynamic models of biomolecules.

This Bio-NMR workshop brings together leaders in the synergistic use of computation and NMR to discuss present approaches and future avenues in this multidisciplinary and rapidly evolving field.

This symposium is promoted and sponsored by the EU Project Bio-NMR (contract 261863).

Invited Speakers

  • Hashim Al Hashimi (Michigan University, USA)
  • Alexander Bonvin (Utrecht University, NL)
  • Rafaël Bruschweiler (Florida State University, USA)
  • David Case (Rutgers University, USA)
  • Juan Fernandez Recio (BSC, ES)
  • Ernest Laue (Cambridge, UK)
  • Michele Vendruscolo (Cambridge, UK)
  • Martin Blackledge (IBS, FR)
  • Claudio Luchinat (CERM, IT)
  • Charles L Brooks III (Michigan University, USA)
  • Peter Guentert (Goethe-University Frankfurt, DE)
  • Martyn Winn (Daresbury, UK)
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Last update 6th Mar 2012