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Workshop: Biology

120 Physical Sciences Building
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

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"Emerging Frontiers in Biology using Synchrotron Radiation"

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Workshop Goals: This workshop will bring together the internationally recognized experts as well as promising young scientists interested in exploiting next-generation synchrotron capabilities — particularly CHESS-U — for addressing the most compelling and significant challenges in biology today.

Wednesday, June 7th
08:00 Registration PSB West Pavillion
Topic Session 1: Advances in Serial Synchrotron Crystallography
Organizer: Aaron Finke, MacCHESS
08:30 Welcome - Joel Brock (Director, CHESS) Clark 247
08:35 Workshop goals - Aaron Finke (MacCHESS) Clark 247
08:45 Sarah Perry (University of Massachusetts Amherst) "Ultra-low Background Graphene Microfluidics" Clark 247
09:15 Johanna Hakanpää (EMBL Hamburg) "User usable serial synchrotron crystallography pipeline at EMBL P14 beamline" Clark 247
09:45 Break Clark Atrium
10:00 Ti-Yen Lan (Cornell University) "Reconstructing 3D protein crystal intensities without indexing" Clark 247
10:30 Nadia Zatsepin (Arizona State University) "Serial millisecond crystallography of membrane and soluble protein microcrystals using synchrotron radiation" Clark 247
11:00 Artem Lyubimov (Stanford University) "Loops, chips and jets: expanding the serial crystallography toolbox at SSRL" Clark 247
11:30 Dwayne Miller (University of Toronto) "Mapping Atomic Motions with Ultrabright Electrons: Realization of the Chemists' Gedanken Experiment" Clark 247
12:10 Lunch
Clark Atrium
Topic Session 2: Chemical and Structural Imaging in Biology
Organizer: Arthur Woll, CHESS
13:30 Introduction to Afternoon Session - Joel Brock & Arthur Woll (CHESS) Clark 247
13:40 Mary Lou Guerinot (Dartmouth College) "Metal Homeostasis in Plants" Clark 247
14:10 Hans-Henning Kunz (Washington State University) "Understanding and manipulating the chloroplast ion homeostasis - new avenues to improve photosynthesis" Clark 247
14:40 Break Clark Atrium
15:00 David Mendoza (University of Missouri) "Ionome dynamics and its regulation across tissues in Arabidopsis" Clark 247
15:30 Margaret Frank (Donald Danforth Plant Science Center) "Graft Junction Formation: A Dynamic Investigation Using PET and Confocal Imaging" Clark 247
16:00 Maria Harrison (Cornell University) "Phosphate transport during arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis" Clark 247
16:30 CHESS: User Posters Baker Atrium
18:00 Reception and Dinner Wilson Lab Lawn
20:00 Adjourn