12th annual BioSAXS workshop August 12 & 13


The 12th annual BioSAXS workshop is just around the corner! Once again, it will be held virtually (via zoom) during the 2021 ALS User Meeting. Join us from the comfort of your home!

Email Kathryn to receive the zoom link

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FINAL 2021 BioSAXS Workshop Schedule (PST).pdf
FINAL 2021 BioSAXS Workshop Schedule (MST).pdf
FINAL 2021 BioSAXS Workshop Schedule (CST).pdf
FINAL 2021 BioSAXS Workshop Schedule (EST).pdf
FINAL 2021 BioSAXS Workshop Schedule (England).pdf
FINAL 2021 BioSAXS Workshop Schedule (Slovakia).pdf


This two-day BioSAXS workshop is designed for current and future SIBYLS SAXS users. The latest advances in SAXS studies on biological systems will be discussed with particular focus on advances in our mail-in SAXS program and on advances in synchrotron scattering techniques, modeling of dynamic and flexible structures, integrating high-resolution models in the SAXS modeling, bioSAXS with membrane protein, and integrating bioSAXS analysis within cryo-EM imaging and crystallography.

On the first day, SIBYLS Lab’s SAXS Beamline Scientists will introduce the future of high throughput and size exclusion coupled SAXS (HT-SAXS and SEC-SAXS). Additionally, we have an exciting group of experienced scientists from around the world who will present talks. Dr. Robert Rambo is the principal beamline scientist at beamline B21 at the Diamond Light Source in Oxford, England. Dr. Rambo is the author of ScÅtter and will expound on using this tool for SAXS analysis. Dr. Nozomi Ando, a principal investigator at Cornell University best known for using X-ray scattering approaches to embrace conformational disorder, will speak about EFA and SVD applications for SAXS.

Other speakers include Dr. Soumya Remesh from the Wells Lab at UCSF. Dr. Remesh will speak on SAXS and SARS-Cov-2 protein. Dr. Aleem Syed from MD Anderson Cancer Center will speak on SAXS and DNA-proteins. Dr. Gundeep Kaur, also from MD Anderson Cancer Center, will give a talk on DNA-protein complexes.

On the second day, we will provide participants with software tutorial sessions for biological SAXS and provide an opportunity for participants to present and discuss their projects with the SIBYLS staff. Interested users will present their case studies for workshop analysis. This will provide for a flux of ideas among workshop participants, and inspire new perspectives for future data analysis.

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