Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Research at the Interface of Biochemistry and Human Health

  • Protein Modifications and Turnover, organized by William J. Lennarz, SUNY at Stony Brook, with symposia on topics such as folding in the ER and degradation of proteins.
  • Protein Structures, Catalysis and Dynamics, organized by Susan Taylor, University of California at San Diego, with symposia on topics such as site-directed drug discovery and tethering and targeting of proteins.
  • Regulation of Gene Expression and Chromosome Transactions, organized by Joan W. Conaway, Stowers Institute for Medical Research, with symposia on topics such as how checkpoints respond to replication perturbations, DNA replication, and chromatin dynamics.
  • Signaling Pathways in Disease, organized by Alexandra Newton, University of California at San Diego, and John D. Scott, Vollum Institute, with symposia on topics including stress signaling pathways, cancer and the cell cycle, diagnostic profiling in disease, and the molecular basis of aging.
  • The Future of Education and Professional Developing in the Molecular Life Sciences Meeting, organized by J. Ellis Bell, University of Richmond, with symposia on topics including using the Internet; outreach activities in undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral education; and BioMolecules Alive, The ASBMB Digital Library.


The opening lecture on Saturday, June 12, is by Robert J. Lefkowitz, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Duke University Medical Center, and the winner of the first annual Herbert Tabor/Journal of Biological Chemistry Lectureship. The award honors ASBMB member Lefkowitz for his groundbreaking research on the most common family of receptors, including the beta-adrenergic receptors that mediate the body's fight or flight response as well as virtually all sensory receptors. Since the beta adrenergic receptors respond to the hormone adrenaline, continuing research on th

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