Sunday 22 June, evening
Identifying tomorrow's technology for today's problems
- 7:30 - Ron Milligan - Welcome and Chair's remarks
- 7:45 - David DeRosier - "The role of 3D EM in biology"
- 8:45 - Richard Henderson - "Technical challenges for the immediate future"
- 9:45 - Reception in the poster area
Monday 23 June, morning
- 8:45 - Werner Kuehlbrandt - Opening remarks
- 9:00 - Huilin Li - "Insights into the molecular design of aquaporin"
- 9:30 - David Stokes - "Indexing and merging electron diffraction data from multilayered CaATPase crystals"
- 10:00 - Vinzenz Unger - "Structure of the gap junction at 7.5Å resolution"
- 10:30 - Coffee
- 11:00 - Eva Nogales - "Tubulin structure: From blobs to helices and beyond"
- 11:30 - Manfred Auer - "2D surface crystallization and an 8Å map of the P-type H+ ATPase"
Monday 23 June, evening
Advances in Technology : Hardware
8:45 - Alain Brisson - "Functionalized lipid tubules: potential tools for helical crystallization of macromolecules"
9:15 - Round-table on energy filtering: Omegas and GIFs
- 7:30 - Linda Melanson - Opening remarks
- 7:40 - John Trinick - "An apparatus for freezing with millisecond time resolution"
- 8:10 - Round-table on 2k x 2k CCDs
- Ken Downing - "Image quality with a 2k CCD at 400kV"
- Yoshi Fujiyoshi - "A comparison of electron diffraction patterns taken on 1k and 2k CCDs"
- Rasmus Schroeder and Dieter Typke
Tuesday 24 June, morning
- 8:45 - PHOTOGRAPH
- 9:00 - Ed Egelman - Opening remarks
- 9:15 - Linda Amos - "Structural changes in motor domains attached to microtubules"
- 9:45 - Mike Whittaker - "Understanding myosin function and regulation"
- 10:15 - Amy McGough - "Cofilin regulates the actin cytoskeleton by altering filament twist"
- 10:45 - Coffee
- 11:15 - Keiichi Namba - "A plausible mechanism for polymorphic switching in bacterial flagellar filaments"
- 11:45 - Rameen Beroukhim - "Correcting distortions in acetylcholine receptor tubes"
Tuesday 24 June, evening
Late breaking results: Technical
- 7:30 - Sharon Wolf - Selected posters
Wednesday 25 June, morning
- 8:45 - Helen Saibil - Opening remarks
- 9:00 - Bettina Boettcher - "Visualizing secondary structure in viruses"
Alasdair Steven - "Hepatitis B virus capsid (core antigen): Tracing the chain"
- 9:45 - Steve Fuller - "Structural analysis of HIV-gag assemblies"
- 10:15 - Coffee
- 10:45 - Alan Roseman - "The chaperonin ATPase cycle"
- 11:15 - Holger Stark - "The structural beauty of the translating ribosome"
Pawel Penczek - "The 70S ribosome at 15Å resolution and functional states of the elongation cycle"
Wednesday 25 June, evening
Advances in technology: Software
8:45 - Tim Baker - "Quantitative merging of EM and x-ray data"
9:15 - Round-table on EM automation: Can you be replaced by a computer?
- 7:30 - Wah Chiu - Opening remarks
- 7:40 - Ken Taylor - "Extracting single particle information from tomograms"
- 8:10 - Round-table on approaches to CTF correction
- Joachim Frank and Wah Chiu
- Bridget Carragher, Gert Oostergetel, & Reiner Hegerl
Thursday 26 June, morning
Alternative technologies and very large structures
- 8:45 - David Agard - Opening remarks
- 9:00 - David Agard - "The centrosome"
- 9:30 - Chris Akey - "The yeast spindle pole body"
- 10:00 - Dick McIntosh - "Preservation, imaging and analysis of 3D structure in cells"
- 10:30 - Coffee
- 11:00 - Russ Jacobs - "High resolution NMR microscopy"
- 11:30 - Zhifeng Shao - "The role of AFM in biological structure determination"
Thursday 26 June, evening
- Business Meeting - Ron Milligan, Bridget Carragher
Late breaking results: Biological
- 8:00 - Ed Gogol - Selected Posters
- Ross Smith and Benes Trus