2020 World Conference on Protein Science
第20回日本蛋白質科学会年会
Sapporo Japan  July 6-10, 2020 日本蛋白質科学会 The Protein Society Asia Pacific Protein Association

English

シンポジウム

1. Next-generation structural biology

Robert G Griffin, MIT
Hongwei Wang, Tsinghua University
Makoto Fujita, University of Tokyo


2. Large protein assemblies

Naoko Mizuno, Max Plank Institute of Biochemistry
Matthias Wolf, Okinawa Instutitue of Science and Technology
Maojun Yang, Tsinghua University


3. New strategies to combat disease

Chris Bailey-Kellogg, Darmouth University
Minoru Ishikawa, Tohoku University
Sheemei Lok, National University of Singapore


4. Memorial Symposium in Honor of Sir Christophe Dobson:
Amyloid proteins: structure, mechanism, disease and therapy

Marcus Fandrich Ulm University
Daniel Otzen Aarhus University
Daniel Raleigh Stony Brook
Yuji Goto Osaka University


5. Proteins working together

Ramanujan Hegde, MRC
Wei Yang, NIH
Atsuko Yamashita, Okayama University
Bik Tye, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


6. Membrane proteins

Thomas Walz, Rockefeller University
Mikako Shirouzu, Riken
Brett Collins, University of Queensland


7. Physics of protein evolution

Ron Levy, Temple University
Joe Thornton, University of Chicago
Nobuyasu Koga, Institue for Molecular Science
Athi Naganathan, IIT Madras


8. Autophagy and anabolic processes

Nobuo N. Noda, Institute of Microbial Chemistry (BIKAKEN)
Myung Sik Lee, Yonsei University
Hyun Kyu Song, Korea University


9. Proteins in neurodegeneration

Dan Southworth UCSF
Johannes Buchner Technical University
Yoshitaka Nagai Osaka University
Ruby (Yun-Ru) Chen Academia Sinica
Eri Chatani Kobe University


10. Modeling complex problems

Michael Feig, Michigan State University
Florence Tama, Nagoya University
Sun Choi, Ewha Women's University


11. Super imaging to peer inside cells

Sara Veatch, University of Michigan
Takeshi Fukuma, Kanazawa Univ
Ji-Joon Song, KAIST


12. Protein aggregates and disease

John Straub Boston University
Motomasa Tanaka Riken Center for Brain Science
Hironobu Naiki Fukui University


13. Evolving protein function in nature and in the lab

Don Hilvert, ETH
Tony Dean, University of Minnesota
Tomoaki Matsuura, Osaka University
Pimchai Chaiyen, Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology (VISTEC)


14. Signaling from the beginning to the end

Tracy Handel, UCSD
Jim Wells, UCSF
Masayuki Murata, University of Tokyo


15. Ribosome biology, dancing with nascent chains

Bernd Bukau, Heidelberg Univ
Toshifumi Inada, Tohoku University
Shinobu Chiba, Kyoto Sangyo Institute


16. Structural glycobiology

Liz Carpenter, Oxford University
Shinya Fushinobu, University of Tokyo
Yasuhiro Ozeki, Yokohama City Univ.
Maria Hrmova, University of Adelaide