Great Plains Regional Annual Symposium on Protein and Biomolecular NMR




The Great Plains Regional Annual Symposium on Protein and Biomolecular NMR (GRASP NMR) is a regional symposium on macromolecular NMR applications and techniques to help further interconnect and strengthen NMR research within the region, particularly in the area of macromolecular structure and function. The symposium includes presentations by invited speakers, a poster session with mixer, a breakfast, a lunch and two coffee breaks. Meeting participants get to share their latest results and meet new colleagues.



Dates:  November 22 - 23, 2019

Location:  University of Kansas School of Pharmacy building, 2010 Becker Drive, Lawrence, KS.

Christopher JaroniecPlenary Speaker: 
Dr. Christopher Jaroniec
Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Vice Chair for Research and Administration
Ohio State University

Symposium Information: 

Organizing Committee Members:

Moriah Beck, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Wichita State University
Roberto De Guzman, Professor of Molecular Biosciences, University of Kansas
Vincenzo Venditti, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Iowa State University

Symposium Sponsors:

Bruker Logo    Cambridge Isotop Laboratories Logo
COBRE CBID logoDepartment of Molecular Biosciences logo
HBC LogoKanPro Logo
Isotec logoSilantes Logo



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