The workshop is meant for 25 graduate students or researchers with previous expertise in crystallography and/or CryoEM who need a deeper insight into the most advanced crystallographic and CryoEM techniques to carry out their research projects. The program traditionally covers aspects such as sample preparation, structure solution, model building, crystallographic refinement, validation, and analysis of the structural results, as well as an overview of the newest structural biology technologies. On top of these subjects, this year's program will include those aspects related to the impact of Artificial Intelligence methods on structure solution and low-resolution refinement. In addition, we will cover dynamic crystallography at XFEL and synchrotron and ligand building for drug discovery.
For further information, please contact:
Dr. Armando Albert
Dr. Juan Hermoso
Requests to participate should be done through the following link, before March 1, 2023: Request to partipate
In addition, candidates should send a free-formated E-mail with the subject MCCS-2023 to the following address: email@example.com, indicating:
1. motivation to participate, and
2. background and experience in Macromolecular Crystallography or Cryo-EM.
3. PhD students should also include a letter of recommendation from their PhD Director.
Accepted participants will be notified by E-mail before March 8, 2023.
Accepted applicants will be informed about the procedure to proceed with the payment. The MCCS-2023 fee is 400 €. The cost of the course includes coffee break and lunch for the whole course.
Instituto de Química-Fisica Rocasolano, CSIC
c/ Serrano 119
E-28006 Madrid (Spain)
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