Inaugural Symposium for the Harvard Cryo-Electron Micorscopy Center for Structural Biology

The day-long event featured some of the world’s most esteemed structural biologists, including two Nobel laureates.
Cryo-EM Symposium

The Inaugural Symposium for the Harvard Cryo-Electron Microscopy Center for Structural Biology hosted some of the world's leading structural biologists. Top row (from left to right): Axel Brunger, Nikolaus Grigorieff, Thomas Walz, Bridget Garragher. Bottom row (left to right): Roderick MacKinnon, John Kuriyan, Richard Henderson, Stephen Harrison, Jue Chen, Sir John Skehel. Image: Steve Lipofsky.

Located on the HMS Quad, and headed by renowned structural biologist Stephen Harrison, the HMS Giovanni Armenise-Harvard Professor of Basic Biomedical Science, the Harvard Cryo-EM Center will house four state-of-the-art microscopes, along with sample preparation areas and tools to support their use.

HMS News covered the event here.