The Protein Society will be hosting its 28th Annual Symposium in San Diego, CA between July 27 -30.
The 28th Annual Symposium of The Protein Society will be a nexus for scientists from all disciplines, and at all stages of career development, who share a common research interest in protein structure, function, dynamics, design and their implications with regard to human health. The Symposium is designed to facilitate the dissemination of protein-related knowledge outside the silos of discipline and sector, and features an outstanding line up of renowned speakers.
The program will consist of 10 scientific sessions that focus on leading-edge topics including Proteins In Disease & Therapeutics, Protein Translation & Folding, Cellular Structures, Protein Evolution, Chemical Biology & Enzymology, Proteins In Altered States, Protein Degradation, Frontier High-Throughput Techniques, Proteins In Dynamic & Driven Processes, Membrane Proteins & Receptors, Protein Engineering & Synthetic Biology, and Bacterial Interactions.
The 28th Annual Symposium for the Protein Society will be held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt between July 27 – 30.
The Symposium is free to enter for undergraduate student members of the Protein Society. Fees to enter apply for other level members and non-members.