Symposium: Light Microscopy meets Structural Biology
Operon Lecture Theatre at EMBL
EMBL Heidelberg, Meyerhofstr. 1
Heidelberg , Germany 69117
Symposium: Light Microscopy meets Structural Biology 
European Molecular Biology Laboratory

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, June 22, 2009
12:00:00 Lunch
12:00:00 Buffet Lunch & Arrival
14:00:00 Session 1: Imaging Protein-Protein Interactions I
14:00:00 Structure, reaction dynamics and spatial organization of cellular signalling networks Philippe Bastiaens
14:30:00 Quantification of the dynamics of protein complex formation in vivo Dr. Hans Peter Knopf
15:00:00 Enlightening the dynamic properties of cell division Andrea Musacchio
15:30:00 Fluorescence microscopy-based methods to study protein dynamics in live cells: from FRAP to FCCS Jan Ellenberg
16:00:00 Coffee Break
16:05:00 Session 2: Protein structure and dynamics
17:00:00 From single molecules to real time quantitative structural information - The Nano-Positioning System Jens Michaelis
17:30:00 Multiparameter Fluorescence Image Spectroscopy to study molecular interactions and structure Claus Seidel
18:00:00 Single Molecule Studies of Nucleocytoplasmic Transport Siegfried Musser
18:30:00 To be announced Marcelo Nollmann
19:00:00 Dinner
20:00:00 End Of Day One
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
08:30:00 Session 3: Imaging Protein-Protein Interactions II
09:00:00 Regulation of microtubule dynamics studied by single-molecule fluorescence Joe Howard
09:30:00 Imaging influenza virus polymerase /in vitro/ and /in vivo Stephen Cusack
10:00:00 Combining structural and FRET studies to investigate the activational switch of Focal Adhesion Kinase Daniel Lietha
10:30:00 Coffee Break
10:35:00 Session 4: Correlative Light-EM microscopy
11:00:00 The molecular anatomy of focal adhesions, studied by correlated light microscopy and cryo-electron tomography K Geiger
11:30:00 Tools for cryo correlative light-electron microscopy A J Koster
12:00:00 Correlative light microscopy and electron tomography of the early C. elegans embryo Thomas Mueller-Reichert, M
12:30:00 Imaging cellular dynamics by correlative live cell – electron microscopy Judith Klumperman
13:00:00 Lunch
13:05:00 Session 5: Super-resolution techniques
14:30:00 Photoswitchable fluorescent proteins for light microscopy Stefan Jakobs
15:00:00 Biological Imaging Beyond the Diffraction Barrier Travis Gould
15:30:00 Chromosome structure and dynamics visualized with superresolution microscopy and fast live imaging Pete Carlton
16:00:00 Coffee and Departure
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