This six-days course is intended for PhD students and post-docs who expect to be using modern structural methods for future studies.
Next session 2020-2021 dates to be defined
Problems in structural biology today can very often not be solved by one technique alone, but need to be solved by a combination of methods, including NMR, X-ray crystallography, electron microscopy, structural mass spectrometry, and SAXS. The heterogeneous data coming from these methods need to be combined with advanced molecular modeling techniques. The goal of the course is to provide young scientists that have more specialized knowledge in one of the techniques an overview over the broad range of modern structural methods available. Special emphasis will be given to computational approaches to integrate data (such as IMP, ARIA).
The course is principally aimed at the mature graduate student / postdoctoral level, but applications from scientists at all levels are encouraged. The course will consist of lectures, which will give introductions into the principles and limitations of the different techniques, and practical work on data analysis with the major structure refinement / modeling programs
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Requested pdf documents
- A letter of motivation, explaining your reasons for wanting to follow the course.
- A detailed curriculum vitae.
- An abstract for a poster.
- A description of your current research project
- A passport copy
Participants will be limited to 25.
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Unité de Microbiologie structurale
Unité de Bio-Informatique structurale
Unité de Résonance magnétique nucléaire des biomolécules
S. Malot (Institut Pasteur),
C. Mayer (Université de Paris),
M. Nilges (Institut Pasteur),
V. Ponticelli (Institut Pasteur),
M. Sala (Institut Pasteur),
H. Waxin (Institut Pasteur),
N. Wolff (Institut Pasteur).
To be finalized