This interdisciplinary meeting will address the growing need for collaboration between experimentalists and theorists to fully take advantage of the quantitative nature of the experimental observations in membrane fusion and fission and to improve the quantitative descriptions of membrane events.
Quantitative understanding of biophysical mechanisms increasingly requires analysis of dynamical and physiologically relevant cellular changes. This is especially relevant for biological membrane processes that occur at distinct points in time and space, such as membrane fusion or fission, and that are driven by localized and quantifiable interaction of proteins, lipids, and messenger molecules.
Abstract Deadline: January 14, 2019 Early Registration Deadline: February 1, 2019
Additional speakers will be selected from among submitted abstracts.
For registration and abstract submission instructions, as well as a list of speakers, please visit the website. Society members save up to $200 in reduced early registration costs. Not a member? Join or renew for 2019 to save and take advantage of the many additional member benefits.
We look forward to seeing you in Padova!