2006 Dedham, MA

 

The 2006 meeting was held at Endicott House in Dedham:

  • Bert L Vallee (Harvard Medical School): Thionein/Metallothionein: A metabolic link
  • Herbert Weissbach (Florida Atlantic University): Thionein: A novel oxido-reductant.
  • Hans Jörnvall (Karolinska Institutet): How to get the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine or Nobel and His Awards.
  • Gerard Canters (Leiden University): Cross-talk and single enzymes
  • Clarence Ryan (Washington State University): Peptide signals for the innate immune response in plants
  • Earl Davie (University of Washington): The vitamin K-dependent blood coagulation factors
  • Stephen Sligar (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign): Self-assembled nanometer scale lipid bilayers for drug discovery and therapeutic delivery
  • Allen Hill (University of Oxford): ‘Visualizing’ biological molecules
  • Gordon Hammes (Duke University Medical Center): Single molecule studies of the T4 bacteriophage DNA replication system
  • Edmond Fischer (University of Washington): Protein cross-talk in cell signaling
  • Lewis Cantley (Harvard Medical School): A signaling network for regulation of cell growth
  • Suzanne Cory (Melbourne University): The Bcl2 life/death switch in cancer development and therapy
  • Louise Johnson (University of Oxford): Structural studies on cell regulatory proteins
  • Wade Harper (Harvard Medical School): Gene and pathway discovery in the ubiquitin-proteasome system
  • Peter Howley (Harvard Medical School): Multiple functions of the papillomavirus E2 regulatory protein are mediated by the Bromodomain BRd4 protein
Year: 
2006
Location: 
Dedham, MA