LIBST Symposium - December 17, 2019

Seminar Room "Carnoy", Croix du Sud, 4-5, Louvain-la-Neuve

Program

LIBST in progress

8h50

Welcome address from the president Prof. François Chaumont

9h00-9h45

Pascal Hols

Understanding natural DNA transformation in lactic acid bacteria: an opportunity for applications

9h45-10h30

Christine Dupont

Design and use of interfaces based on/interacting with proteins

Coffee break (10h30-11h00)

11h00-11h45

David Alsteens

Probing ligand binding to native membrane receptors in physiologically relevant conditions using AFM

11h45-12h30

Françoise Gofflot

Emerging roles for HOX proteins in neural circuit formation and maturation: lessons from HOXA5.

Lunch 12h30-13h30

Imaging cell organization down to the molecular level

13h30-14h30

Wolfgang Baumeister

Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried

Structural Biology in situ: The Promise and the Challenges of Cryo-Electron Tomography

14h30-15h30

Stephan Uphoff

Oxford University

Single-molecule and single-cell imaging of DNA repair and mutagenesis in bacteria

Coffee break (15h30-16h00)

16h00- 17h00

Daniel Van Damme

VIB, Ugent

AtEH/Pan1 proteins drive autophagosome formation at ER-PM contact sites in concert with the actin cytoskeleton and the endocytic machinery

Pause

Célébration de Daniel Jal

17h10-17h30

Remerciements par le Prof François Chaumont

Closure of the symposium and Reception