Conference - Andover, New Hampshire, USA
The Molecular Membrane Biology Gordon Research Conference will be held in conjunction with the Molecular Membrane Biology Gordon Research Seminar. Those interested in attending both meetings must submit an application for the GRS in addition to an application for the GRC.
The 2013 Molecular Membrane Biology Gordon Conference in Andover, New Hampshire will cover recent advances in organelle biology and membrane traffic, including protein secretion, membrane shaping mechanisms and lipid biology, the importance of membrane trafficking for normal development, and pathogen invasion of cells. Understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying membrane trafficking pathways has provided crucial insights into numerous familial diseases and health related issues. This has only proven possible due to multidisciplinary approaches combining classical cell biology, high-resolution microscopy, structural biology and advanced biophysical methods. Recent major advances in these areas and other late-breaking discoveries will be covered at the 2013 conference. In addition to invited speakers, eighteen short talks will be selected from submitted abstracts, and poster sessions at which all attendees are encouraged to present are planned to promote discussion of the most recent developments. Applicants are encouraged to submit a brief abstract describing their current studies and to indicate whether they wish to present a poster or to be considered for a talk.
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Sunday, July 14, 2013 – Friday, July 19, 2013
Proctor Academy, Andover, NH
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