Sunday and Monday, March 10-11, 2013, the second Missouri Symposium in Biophysics will highlight studies of membrane proteins. The 1.5-day Symposium features presentations by leaders in characterization of membrane protein structure and function.

The Symposium begins with a poster session and reception on Sunday evening the 10th, followed by a full day of sessions on Monday, March 11th.

Attendees are encouraged to present a poster in any area of biophysics.  Student poster presenters receive a complimentary registration. Awards will be given for best poster by an undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral researcher. There will be ample time for interaction among participants, including speakers.

 


Sponsors: Mizzou Advantage
Biophysical Society
Chancellor’s Distinguished Visitors Program
Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center
Mizzou Advantage
MU Department of Biochemistry Biophysical
MU Department of Biological Engineering
MU Division of Biological Sciences
MU Department of Medical Pharmacology and Physiology
MU Department of Physics
  Fisher Scientific