embo-2017 - Training
|Date:||03.07.2017 18:00 - 10.07.2017 12:00|
|Location details:||See the EMBO event page for details.|
|Price:||See details in EMBO page|
Biological membranes are complex heterogeneous systems composed of lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates. Membranes facilitate essential biological functions that are driven by protein-lipid interactions, in a highly dynamic manner. In order to describe the regulatory complexity of such systems, it is crucial to understand the underlying molecular mechanisms and dynamics.
The group work will give the students detailed hands-on experience on biochemical, biophysical, imaging-based and computational methods to study and analyze the interactions and dynamics of lipids with proteins. A major goal of the course is to teach experimentalists the basic principles of molecular dynamic simulations and how theoretical atomistic analysis can be combined with traditional experimental studies for highly sophisticated outcomes.
For details please see the Event home page: http://meetings.embo.org/event/17-protein-lipid