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The 2016 Annual Advanced Protein Workshop will be June 20-24, 2016!

Advanced NMR Workshops offer advanced instruction in specific NMR applications. This workshop covers protein NMR from data acquisition to structure determination. Offered over five days, students gain valuable information and experience on the following topics:

  • Multi-dimensional experiment set-up
  • Interpretation of protein NMR spectra
  • Computational methods to calculate protein 3D structures
  • Measuring protein dynamics and interactions

Registration is due by May 25, 2016. Seats are limited so register early.
Cost: $450 per person for the 5-day workshop
Student-style accommodations, as well as dinner plans are also available.
To register for the workshop, complete this form and submit to Tara at tmclane@umn.edu before May 25, 2016.

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