- On November 24, the 4th edition of the Gorter Symposium will be held at the "Rijksmuseum van Oudheden". The symposium, which is organized by the Gorter Foundation, has brought the different research groups on Magnetic Resonance from Leiden together for the last ten years. This year’s edition will highlight the latest achievements from the different disciplines and includes the Gorter Lecture by David Britt from UC Davis.
The program starts at 12:30 and is free of charge, but we do ask you to register by sending an e-mail to Rijsewijk [at] Physics.LeidenUniv.nl.
Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Rapenburg 28, 2311 EW Leiden
12:30 Walk in with lunch, coffee and tea
13:30 Opening by T.H. Oosterkamp on behalf of the Gorter Foundation
B. Thomas, Leiden Institute of Chemistry -- H.J.M. de Groot
“Hybrid solid state NMR and electron microscopy structure determination for artificial photosynthesis"
M. Bulk, Gorter Centre, LUMC -- L. van der Weerd
“Detecting iron in Alzheimer’s Disease”
L. Bossoni, Leiden Institute of Physics -- T.H. Oosterkamp
“Detecting iron in brains”
14:30 Coffee break
15:00 R. Schadewijk, Leiden Institute of Chemistry -- A. Alia
“Ultrahigh field μMRI to study oil accumulation dynamics and diffusion properties of Botryococcus braunii”
P. Kumar, Leiden Institute of Physics -- M.I. Huber
“Membrane binding of Parkinson’s protein alpha-synuclein”
M. Ubbink, Leiden Institute of Chemistry -- M. Ubbink
“The energy landscape of protein-protein interactions studied with paramagnetic NMR”
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 GORTER LECTURE: David Britt (UC Davis, Department of Chemistry)
“Mechanisms of solar fuel reactions as probed by advanced EPR spectroscopy”
Publ. 16-11-2016 10:09