The Gordon Research Seminar on Protein Folding Dynamics provides a unique opportunity for graduate students, post-docs and early career scientists to present their research, discuss new data, and share ideas.
During the meeting, participants will be able to expand their knowledge of established principles as well as relevant pending questions in the field, and receive feedback on their research from peers and established scientists. The GRS is renowned for its familial, encouraging atmosphere and provides ample opportunity to meet and network with fellow young scientists, thus serving as a great entry point for the following GRC.
The 2020 meeting will focus on the advances in experimental and theoretical aspects of the protein folding field. The conference program will include a wide range of topics from fundamental questions in protein folding to novel techniques and applications, such as folding in vivo, single-molecule experiments, complex assembly, protein evolution, machine learning, and more.
The meeting will conclude with a Career Panel led by experienced researchers in both academia and industry, who will be open to answering questions and giving advice regarding the challenges and rewards in their respective fields.