About BBRI

Boston Biomedical Research Institute is an independent not for profit institution dedicated to basic biomedical research to promote the understanding, treatment and prevention of specific human diseases, and to the training of research scientists.

Investigators focus on the structure and function of proteins that control cellular communication, muscle contractility, cell movement, growth and differentiation and on the underlying causes of human disease from the study of disease models in order to drive development of novel therapeutics.

In a uniquely collaborative environment that fosters innovative multidisciplinary research, our mission is to advance the frontiers of human knowledge in the biomedical sciences and to develop cures for a wide range of diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and degenerative diseases including muscular dystrophy and Alzheimer’s disease.

 

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Welcome to the USA Advanced AUC Workshop

The Advanced AUC Workshop will be held at

Boston Biomedical Research Institute
64 Grove Steet
Watertown, Massachusetts 02472

June 16th through June 19th, 2008

Tuesday Evening Speakers

“Big changes coming to AUC: New cells, new rotors, new optical systems, new software and a new instrument”,
Tom Laue,
Department of Biochemistry,
University of New Hampshire,
Durham, NH.

and
“PKR, a new spin on protein-nucleic acid interactions”,
James Cole,
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology,
University of Connecticut,
Storrs, CT

 Banquet: After Dinner Speaker – Wedenesday Evening

“”Adventures in aggregate land:
Biotech applications of AUC and complementary methods”

John Philo
Alliance Protein Laboratories
Camarillo, CA


After you have been accepted into the Workshop, come back here to submit your payment

 

 

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