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Photosensory Receptors and Signal Transduction (GRS)

Spectroscopy, Signaling and Optogenetics: Past, Present and Future

in Barga from 03-Mar-2018 - 04-Mar-2018

The Gordon Research Seminar on Photosensory Receptors and Signal Transduction is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other early-career scientists to present and exchange the latest results and cutting edge ideas. This seminar will explore the most recent findings from photosensory processes, including a variety of proteins, their molecular properties, and their application as optogenetic tools. The two-day seminar consists of one core session per day. Both of these core sessions include three to four oral presentations chosen from submitted abstracts and one poster session. The core sessions will be carried out entirely by PhD students and post-docs. The seminar begins with a framing keynote lecture by distinguished academic Prof. Klaas Hellingwerf from the field of photosensory receptors. The seminar will close with a career development mentoring session where early-career researchers can converge with successful mid-career academic and non-academic researchers.

Type of Event: Courses
Event Date: 03-Mar-2018 to 04-Mar-2018
Event Location: Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco
Language: English
Event Organiser: Gordon Research

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