The Biomolecular Machines Conference will be held at the Banff Park Lodge (Banff, Alberta, Canada) between May 18-21, 2017. This year’s conference theme will focus on the importance of allostery and flexibility in protein function.
The goals of the conference are to bring together junior and senior researchers working in the fields of protein dynamics and allostery. By bringing expert researchers with diverse backgrounds and approaching this field with distinct perspectives and methodologies, we hope to improve our understanding of these fundamental principles governing biomolecular function, in addition to offering means to develop a strong network of colleagues sharing interests in biomolecular function.
This year’s symposium is co-organized by Prof. Nicolas Doucet (INRS-University of Quebec, Montreal, QC), Dr. Pratul K. Agarwal (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN), and Chakra S. Chennubhotla (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA).