NYSBC - New York Structural Biology Center


NYSBC is pleased to announce receipt of a third five-year P41 grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health. This grant will enable creation of a new Biomedical Technology Research Resource (BTRR) at NYSBC, the “Center on Macromolecular Dynamics by NMR Spectroscopy”. CoMD/NMR will provide advanced NMR spectroscopic and computational methods for characterizing protein and nucleic acid conformational dynamics in biological processes to the larger biological research community. This third BTRR joins the COMPAÅ and the NRAMM already established at NYSBC and underscores NYSBC’s commitment to developing new technologies in structural biology for the benefit of the Nation’s entire biomedical research enterprise. NYSBC is one of four institutions in the US that is the recipient of more than two P41s. (University of California at San Diego, Cornell University and University of Washington).



Founded by nine eminent research institutions in 1999, NYSBC is a global leader in structural biology with unsurpassed expertise and instrumentation, providing biomedical research services to commercial and academic clients, including high throughput gene-to­-structure determination, structure-based drug design, crystallography, NMR spectroscopy, cryo-electron microscopy and protein production.