Mark your calendars for this year’s in-person La Frontera symposium, Novel Avenues to Drug Discovery Enabled by Structural and Functional Studies, presented by the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine ’s Office for Research and Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology.
Join us in room 309L on Thursday, June 23rd, and learn from five subject matter experts in an open forum presentation on how structural biology tools, including cryoEM, X-ray crystallography, and NMR, help delineate the mechanisms of major biological pathways and advance drug discovery efforts. Featured speakers include:
- David Taylor, PhD, discussing the power of cryoEM as a research tool
- Franziska Bleichert, PhD, discussing DNA replication initiation complexes by cryoEM
- David Libich, PhD, discussing NMR
- Daohong Zhou, MD, discussing the role of structural biology in drug discovery and development
- Shaun Olsen, PhD, discussing the structure and function of Ubiquitin and Ubiquitin-like Proteins
Don’t wait, register now to save your spot! For additional event details and registration, visit https://lsom.uthscsa.edu/office-research/la-frontera-2022/.