ADLER SYMPOSIUM IN YEAST BIOLOGY - Focus on protein quality control
29 August 2012, Wallenberg Conference Center,
Medicinaregatan 20A, Gothenburg Sweden
Starting in the morning on the 29th of August, CMB will host the bi-annual “Adler Symposium of Yeast Biology”. The Adler Symposium is an informal 1-day workshop consisting of oral contributions followed by a poster session. The series focuses on selected topics in yeast biology but also includes contributions on other models systems. The previous meeting, 2010, focused on “Polarity” and this year’s symposium will highlight “Protein Quality Control”.
The symposium and the following buffet are free of charge but we need a registration to plan for conference seats and refreshments.
Please register on: http://www.gmm.gu.se/Adlersymposium/
If you want to present a poster, please add a title and abstract on the registration page. A few poster abstracts will be picket out for short talks.
Hope to see you in Gothenburg on the 29th!
Thomas Nyström, Markus Tamas, Anders Blomberg, Per Sunnerhagen, Stefan Hohmann
Andy Dillin | SALK Institute, LaJolla
"Humoral control of proteostasis"
Joris Winderickx | Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven
“Humanized yeast models for folding disease”
Dan Kaganovich | Hebrew University, Jerusalem
“Spatial regulation of protein folding quality control by the JUNQ and IPOD inclusions”
Markus Tamas | CMB, University of Gothenburg
“Metals and protein aggregation”
Simon Alberti | Max Planck Institute, Dresden
"Protein body formation in the cytoplasm: unraveling the molecular mechanisms"
Frederik Eisele | CMB, University of Gothenburg
"The ubiquitin ligase, Ubr1, and protein quality control in the yeast cytoplasm”
Junsheng Yang | CMB University of Gothenburg
"High-content screening for identifying machineries required for the formation of protein inclusions"
Hali Spokoini | Hebrew University, Jerusalem
“Confinement to inclusions determines asymmetric inheritance of protein aggregates”
Tslil Ast | Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot
“Using high throughput approaches to uncover quality control components for pre-translocation quality control”