North Jersey Section
American Chemical Society

Oct 20, 2020 – FALL SYMPOSIUM TEMPLATE

Generic Symposium

Program

2020 Virtual NMR Symposium


Session 1   (8:00 - 10:50 am)

8:00 AM

1. Detection of metabolic reprograming associated with HBV infection using metabonomics

Prof. Yulan Wang,
Singapore Phenome Center     [ abstract ]

8:40 AM

2. NMR As Mechanistic Tool In Photocatalysis

Prof. Ruth M. Gschwind,
University of Regensburg     [ abstract ]

9:20 AM

3. Ultraclean pure shift NMR?

Prof. Gareth Morris,
University of Manchester     [ abstract ]

10:00 AM

4. Fast NMR: Solving a puzzle with most of the parts missing

Prof. Vladislav Y. Orekhov,
University of Gothenburg     [ abstract ]

30 min

Break

Session 2   (11:50 am - 1:10 pm EST)

11:10 AM

5. Intrinsically disordered proteins by NMR: What can ^13C direct detection can tell us?

Prof. Isabella C. Felli,
University of Florence     [ abstract ]

11:50 AM

6. Integrative modelling of biomolecular complexes

Prof. Alexandre Bonvin,
Utrecht University     [ abstract ]

12:30 PM

7. High molecular-weight complexes in the regulation of gene expression: A view by integrative structural biology

Prof. Teresa Carlomagno,
Leibniz University of Hannover     [ abstract ]

50 min

Break

Session 3   (2:00 - 4:00 pm)

2:00 PM

8. Mechanochemical Synthesis of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients and their Characterization with New NMR Crystallographic Methods based on Solid-State NMR of Quadrupolar Nuclei

Prof. Robert W. Schurko,
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory     [ abstract ]

2:40 PM

9. Deuterium Metabolic Imaging (DMI), a novel MR-based method to map metabolism in 3D

Prof. Robin A. de Graaf,
Yale University     [ abstract ]

3:20 PM

10. How Quantitative NMR Enables New Metabolomics Methods

Prof. Daniel Raftery,
University of Washington     [ abstract ]

20 min

Break

Session 4   (4:20 - 5:40 pm)

4:20 PM

11. Accelerated Identification of Natural Products using Small Molecule Accurate Recognition Technology (SMART) 2.1

Prof. William Gerwick,
University of California, San Diego     [ abstract ]

5:00 PM

12. Discovery and characterization of active small molecule ligands targeting the function of ubiquitin specific protease USP7 by a catalytic site independent mechanism

Prof. Till Maurer,
Merck & Co.     [ abstract ]

5:40 PM

13. NMR-based screening of combinatorial libraries to target protein-protein interactions with reversible or covalent agents

Prof. Maurizio Pellecchia, Ph.D.,
University of California, Riverside     [ abstract ]

6:40 PM

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