Timeline of our events

26 Nov'20

International School

Molecular mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases

The school is focused on the study of membrane proteins associated with the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases: methods to study the structure and features of molecular mechanisms of functioning.

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31 Oct'19

Lecture Course

Basics and beyond: building blocks, structure and function of biological membranes

Lecture course by Professor Norbert Dencher, Director of the Institute of Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry, Darmstadt Technical University in Germany

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2 Oct'19

International Seminar

Molecular mechanisms of aging and age-related diseases

The main purpose of the International Seminar is to discuss key achievements in various research fields of cellular and molecular biophysics. Advanced biophysics methods and their application to the most pressing scientific challenges, such as molecular mechanisms of aging, cancer, neurodegenerative, cardiovascular and infectious diseases are taking the center stage on the International seminar agenda.

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30 May'19

International School

Modern cryoelectron microscopy

The school is a three-day intensive course on the methods used in cryoelectron microscopy, including theoretical training, an overview of the modern world instrumentation infrastructure, sample preparation methods, conducting experiments and analyzing the results. The spectrum of topics covered suits attendees that are new to the field as well as those for whom the technique is already of growing importance in their research and who wish to acquire an in-depth understanding of the methodology.

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