* All times are based on Canada/Mountain MDT.

  • 08:30


    08:30 - 12:00 MDT
    Max Bell

    Symposium – CSMB Award talks

    (Session Chair: Imogen Coe and Jan Rainey; 9:00 AM– 12:00 PM Noon) Kathy Borden, Université de Montréal, “Cancer cells hijack RNA processing to modify the message” Canadian Science Publishing Senior Investigator award (9:00-9:30 AM) Kristin Baetz, University of Calgary, “FAT KATS. Adventures in yeast and leadership” CSMB Jeanne Manery Fisher Memorial Lecture Award (9:30-10:00 AM) Coffee Break & Meet the Speakers (10:00-10:30 AM) Trushar Patel, University of Lethbridge, “Solution conformation and interactions of proteins and nucleic acids“ CSMB New Investigator Award (10:30-11:00 AM) Reinhart Reithmeier, University of Toronto, "How to Become a Funko-Pop Scientist" CSMB Arthur Wynne Gold Medal award (11:00 -11:30 AM) Selected Session talk: Luca Pellegrini, Laval University, “A mitochondrial outer membrane protein regulates wrappER-mitochondria contacts biogenesis and dynamics to prevent lipid-induced ER stress in a mouse model of obesity” (11:30 -12:00 PM)



    13:00 - 16:00 MDT

    free afternoon



    16:00 - 18:00 MDT
    Max Bell

    Poster Session II (ODD poster numbers) 4:00 – 6:00 PM



    19:30 - 22:00 MDT
    Max Bell Auditorium

    Symposium – Membrane Proteins in Need of Therapy

    Christian Baron, Université de Montréal, “Conjugative DNA transfer from bacteria through type IV secretion systems and pili.” (7:30-8:00 PM) Natalie Zeytuni McGill University, “Structural insight into the Staphylococcus aureus ATP-driven exporter of virulent peptide toxins” (8:00-8:30 PM) Natalia de Val, ThermoFisher, “High Resolution Structure Elucidation - From Membrane Proteins to Diseases” (8:30 – 9:00 PM) Poster 19 - Elina Karimullina, University of Calgary, “Cryo-EM structure of the full-length TolQ membrane protein from the opportunistic pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii provides information on structure and stoichiometry” (9:00-9:10 PM) Poster 65 - Minh Sang Huynh, University of Toronto, “Investigating the mechanism of surface lipoproteins translocation by Slam – a type XI secretion system in Gram-negative bacteria” (9:10-9:20 PM) Poster 60 - Denice Bay, University of Manitoba, National Microbiology Lab, “Extreme colistin resistant E. coli via in vitro evolution identify histidine kinase basS R93P mutations that produce outer membrane vesicle that increase colistin susceptibility when supplemented to wildtype” (9:20-9:30 PM)

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