PNA Presentation at 9th Upstate NY NMR Symposium

State University of New York
College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF)
Syracuse, NY, 13210
Alumni Lounge– Marshall Hall
October 12, 2007

Co-Organizers

SUNY-ESF Syracuse University SUNY Upstate Medical University Bristol-Myers Squibb
Art Stipanovic Phil Borer Stewart Loh Doug Weaver
Dave Kiemle Stephan Wilkens  

Sponsors

  • SUNY-ESF
  • Syracuse University
  • Bruker Biospin
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Process NMR Associates LLC
  • Isotec
  • Cambridge Isotope Laboratories
  • Varian Inc.

The 9th annual Upstate NY NMR Symposium will be held at SUNY-ESF on Friday, October 12th featuring keynote speaker Professor Ruth E. Stark, Director Institute for Macromolecular Assemblies, CUNY. Others from around the region will also highlight their work in short presentations and posters.

  • Tentative oral presentation program
  • Poster session program (posted by 9/12)

There is no cost to attend this symposium due to the generosity of the sponsors listed above but pre-registration is required

Lodging arrangements have not been made for this symposium but a variety of options are available:

The conference will be held in the Alumni Lounge (a.k.a. Nifkin Lounge), Marshall Hall on the SUNY-ESF campus located adjacent to Syracuse University.

Parking has been arranged in the Irving Garage just a short walk from Marshall Hall (campus map).

Tentative Program

Time Place Speaker Title
8:00-9:10 AM Alumni Lounge
Marshall Hall
Check-In
Coffee + Bagels
Poster Setup
Posters on Display
9:15 Alumni Lounge Phil Borer
Syracuse University
Welcome
9:30 Thomas Szyperski
SUNY-Buffalo
Where do we stand on GFT projection NMR spectroscopy?
9:55 Yibing Wu
SUNY-Buffalo
GFT-NMR based high throughput structure determination exemplified for NESG targets NeT4 and SR500A
10:10 Arindam Ghosh
SUNY-Buffalo
NMR structure of NESG target MR32, a member of the family of Trm112p-like proteins
10:25 Bio-Break
10:35 David LeMaster Wadsworth Center – NYS Dept. of Health Electrostatic stabilization and general base catalysis in the active site of the human protein disulfide isomerasea domain monitored by hydrogen exchange
11:00 Joseph Hornack
RIT
The relaxivity of Gd-(DTPA-BMA) / Cu+2 mixtures and evidence for a Gd-(DTPA-BMA)-Cu complex.
11:25 Nelly Aranibar
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Metabolomics in Drug Discovery and development
11:50 Lunch
Poster Session
 
1:30 PM 140 Baker Lab Nikolaos Sgourakis
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Pressure Effects on the Ensemble Dynamics of ubiquitin at the Picosecond-to-Nanosecond timescale investigated with isotropic reorientational eigenmode dynamics
1:55 Paul Giammatteo or John Edwards
Process NMR Associates, LLC
New Developments in Non-traditional NMR Applications
2:25 George Crull
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Extending Solid State NMR to Address Process Development Issues
2:50 Gwen Lubey
P+G Pharmaceuticals
Solid State NMR Characterization of Risedronate Hydrate Forms and Dehydrated Risedronate
3:15 Break
3:30 Keynote Lecture Prof. Ruth Stark
CUNY
NMR Structural Studies of Protective Plant Biopolymers