The Cryo-EM Revolution and Future Breakthroughs

The University of Tokyo
October 25th, 2018


Cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) is rapidly gaining popularity.
Many labs around the world are adopting it
as one of their primary structural investigation techniques.
This symposium aims to promote cryo-EM in the Tokyo area,
and especially among students and young researchers.
It will also celebrate the opening of the University of Tokyo's new cryo-EM facility.


Please join us, for an exciting day of talks
and discussions about cryo-electron microscopy!


Invited speakers

Bob Glaeser (UC Berkeley)
Bridget Carragher (NYSBC)
Hongwei Wang (Tsinghua University)
Kenji Iwasaki (Osaka University)
Richard Henderson (MRC)
Sjors Scheres (MRC)
Wah Chiu (Stanford University)
Wolfgang Baumeister (MPI)
Yifan Cheng (UCSF)
Yoshinori Fujiyoshi (Nagoya University)


Organizers

Radostin Danev, Masahide Kikkawa and Osamu Nureki


Program

The program will be posted in September.


Registration form


Registration fees (on-site)

Students: free
Academic participants: 2,000 yen
Industry participants: 10,000 yen


Sponsor


Contact

cryoem_symposium(AT)m.u-tokyo.ac.jp