Organizers: Alexander Mankin (University of Illinois, Chicago, USA), Nora Vázquez-Laslop (University of Illinois, Chicago, USA), Karissa Y. Sanbonmatsu (Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA).
Program Committee: Daniel WiIson (University of Hamburg, Germany), Scott C. Blanchard (Weil Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, New York, USA).
The Ribosome 2019 meeting continues the series of triennial scientific conferences bringing together researchers from around the globe working on the mechanisms of protein synthesis. The meeting focuses on the ribosome: its structure, function, dynamics and role as a therapeutic target. The goal of the Ribosome 2019 meeting is to bring together new and established investigators working on all aspects of translation, exploiting different experimental approaches and using a variety of experimental models.
Among the invited speakers are: Joachim Frank (USA), Alexey Amunds (Sweden), John Atkins (Ireland), Nenad Ban (Switzerland), Maria Barna (USA), Erik Bötger (Switzerland), Berndt Bukau (Germany), Allen Buskirk (USA), Jamie Cate (USA), Christine Dunham (USA), Kurt Fredrick (USA), Ning Gao (China), Wendy Gilbert (USA), Rachel Green (USA), Claudio Gualerzi (Italy), Yaser Hashem (France), Vasili Hauryliuk (Sweden), Zoya Ignatova (Germany), Toshifumy Inada (Japan), Axel Innis (France), Sebastian Klinge (USA), Andrei Korostelev (USA), Isabella Moll (Austria), Harry Noller (USA), Tatyana Pestova (USA), Norbert Polacek (Austria), Yury Polikanov (USA), Venki Ramakrishnan (UK), Marina Rodnina (Germany), Suparna Sanyal (Sweden), Petr Sergiev (Russia), Tom Steitz (USA), Takuya Ueda (Japan), Jonathan Weissman (USA), Eric Westhof (France), Jamie Williamson (USA), Frances Yap (USA), Ada Yonath (Israel), Marat Yusupov (France), Hani Zaher (USA) and others.
The Meeting will feature 10 platform and 2 poster sessions.
Registration and abstract submission deadline: August 31, 2018. Further details can be found at: https://www.ribosome2019.com/