The Life Sciences Program 2002 will focus on the structure determination methods in macromolecular crystallography from crystal screening to structure interpretation. A group of outstanding lecturers has been confirmed to teach approximately 40 students in an intensive training program throughout the week. Particular attention will be given to hands-on problems of current structural biology research. The program includes a visit to the Structural Molecular Biology resource at SSRL and demonstrations of automation systems for high-throughput structural biology and structural genomics.
The confirmed lecturers for the school are:
The draft program for Life Sciences Course includes a combined program with the Physical Sciences Course for Monday morning and Friday all day. The remaining formal sessions are parallel between the Physical and Life Sciences. All students and lecturers are joining for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Irimpan Mathews, Ph.D., Stanford University/SSRL
The fee is $800 for double occupancy or $950 for single occupancy. Students have free access to Stanford facilities such as the library, sports facilities, and pool.
Additionally the fee includes:
Commuter packages without lodging is $465 and includes: