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CCPN Conference 2019

4-6 September 2019, hosted by the Leicester Institute of Structural and Chemical Biology (LISCB)

The annual CCPN meeting aims to present current best practice for all aspects of macromolecular NMR and is particularly aimed at PhD students and Post-docs, mainly in the UK Biomolecular NMR community.

This year's conference will be held at the University of Leicester, where it is being hosted by the Leicester Institute of Structural and Chemical Biology (LISCB) at the John Foster Hall. The conference will start just after lunch on Sept 4th and end just before lunch on Sept 6th. There will also be a CCPN demo/workshop session on Analysis Version 3 on the morning of Sept 4th. As is customary at CCPN conferences, Thursday afternoon is reserved for a walk, giving you the opportunity to engage with the speakers while enjoying some of the nearby countryside. The conference will also include the CCPN Assembly meeting.

En suite accommodation will be available on site and is included in the registration fee for the two nights. Additional accommodation will be available for the night before for a modest cost (subject to availability on a first come, first served basis).

 

Online Registration and Abstract Submission

Online Payment

The registration and abstract submission deadline is Mon 19 August.

 

This year's sessions and speakers:

  • Sensitivity Enhancement in biomolecular NMR

Tony Watts, University of Oxford

Guido Pintacuda, Institut des Sciences Analytiques Lyon

Matt Goodwin, University of Bristol

Jósef Lewandowski, University of Warwick

 

  • NMR-guided Docking

Tobias Madl, Medizinische Universität Graz

Andreas Lingel, Novartis

Luca Codutti, Leibniz University Hannover

Helen Mott, University of Cambridge

Gary Thompson, University of Kent

 

  • NMR-complementary Techniques

Katherine Stott, University of Cambridge

Helen Walden, University of Glasgow

Jediddiah Bellamy-Carter, University of Nottingham

Janet Lovett, University of St Andrews

 

The speakers will discuss in detail the pros and cons of the different approaches they they are using, and there will be plenty of opportunity for questions.  Through discussion, we hope to come up with new ideas as to how future NMR structural projects might best be tackled.

We hope you will be able to join us!