Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) allows for quantitative, real-time interaction analyses involving proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, small molecules and cells/viruses. 9 am: overview of SPR technology and applications by Biacore Incorporated; 10:45 am: overview of 2005 McGill projects; noon: Sheldon Biotechnology Centre Open House.
Séminaire ISM des Étudiants aux Cycles Supérieurs
Fabian Chudak, Institute for Operations Research, Swiss Federal Insitute of Technology, Zurich. The focus of this talk is on the design of efficient algorithms capable of handling large scale optimization problems.
Exhibition of student work from Summer 2005 Wilfred Truman Shaver Scholarship trip to Switzerland. Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00. Vernissage on Monday, February 13, at 5:00.
Maria Chudnovsky, Princeton University/CMI
Dr. K. Stuart, member, director & president, Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, professor, Dept of Pathobiology, University of Washington
Dr. R.J. Youle, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Senior Seminar: Eun-Hee Park, Dr. J. Pelletier lab
Investigating the nucleotide binding domains (NBDs) of Abcb1 (Mouse Mdr3 P-glycoprotein): A mutational analysis approach
Senior Seminar: Isabelle Carrier, Dr. P. Gros lab
Senior Seminar: Marie-Joelle Miron, Dr. P. Branton lab