• 1 day.

  • 3 Sessions.

  • October 13, 2023.

  • No registration fee.

  • Limited to 100 attendees.

Abstract deadline: July 31, 2023.

Application deadline: August 18, 2023.

The registration deadline has passed. New applications will be forwarded to the waitlist for consideration.

The NYC-ISB23 organizing committee:

Kevin Gardner, ASRC
Jeff Kieft, NYSBC

New York City Integrative Structural Biology Symposium

October 13, 2023

hosted by ASRC and NYSBC

Integrative structural biology is a powerful approach to understand biological macromolecular systems. By combining computational methods with structural science disciplines, spatial and temporal models of macromolecular targets in their in-situ context can be determined. The focus of this symposium is to introduce integrative structural biology to our structural sciences community. The fields of light microscopy, mass spectrometry, X-ray crystallography, NMR, cryo-EM, and computational methods will be highlighted. The topics will cover the best practices and current research toward building structural models across different resolution scales. This symposium will also explore how experimental and computational methods can be integrated to address conformational changes, flexibility, and dynamics in macromolecular structures.

Symposium Agenda

Time Session Speaker/Event Institution Location
8:30-9:30 Registration Registration and poster setup Reception and Café
9:25-9:30 Opening Welcome Auditorium
9:30-10:05 Keynote Mike Rout Rockefeller University Auditorium
10:05-12:10 Session 1 S4 – Size, shape, stoichiometry, and signals Auditorium
10:05-10:10 Session 1 Introducing the session Session1 chair Auditorium
10:10-10:30 Session 1 Brian Chait Rockefeller University Auditorium
10:30-10:50 Session 1 Anthony Fitzpatrick Columbia University Auditorium
10:50-11:15 Break coffee/tea and posters Café & poster area
11:15-11:25 Session 1 Shifra Lansky Weill Cornell School of Medicine Auditorium
11:25-11:45 Session 1 Alisha Jones New York University Auditorium
11:45-12:05 Session 1 Ruben Gonzalez Columbia University Auditorium
12:05-12:10 Mid-day break Announcements Auditorium
12:10-14:05 Mid-day break Lunch, posters and events various locations
Mid-day break Lunch  Café
Mid-day break Posters  poster area
12:45-13:15 Mid-day break Vendor talks TFS and TMC vendor talks Auditorium
13:20-13:50 Mid-day break Facility tours1 ASRC & NYSBC tours meet at registration
14:05-15:30 Session 2 Bridging scales from atoms to cells Auditorium
14:05-14:10 Session 2 Introducing the session Session2 chair Auditorium
14:10-14:30 Session 2 Chris Lima Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Auditorium
14:30-14:50 Session 2 Olga Boudker Weill Cornell School of Medicine Auditorium
14:50-15:00 Session 2 Brinda Vallat RCSB PDB, Rutgers University Auditorium
15:00-15:10 Session 2 Priyasha Deshpande City University of New York Auditorium
15:10-15:30 Session 2 Alex de Marco New York Structural Biology Center Auditorium
15:30-16:15 Break coffee/tea and posters Café & poster area
15:30-16:00 Break Facility tours2 ASRC & NYSBC tours meet at registration
16:15-17:40 Session 3 Computational approaches to analyze multi-scale data Auditorium
16:15-16:20 Session 3 Introducing the session Session3 chair Auditorium
16:20-16:40 Session 3 Amédée des Georges City University of New York Auditorium
16:40-17:00 Session 3 Pilar Cossio Flatiron Institute Auditorium
17:00-17:10 Session 3 Augustine Onyema City University of New York Auditorium
17:10-17:20 Session 3 Doeke Hekstra Harvard University Auditorium
17:20-17:40 Session 3 Hashim M. Al-Hashimi Columbia University Auditorium
17:40-17:45 Closing Farewell and poster prizes Auditorium
17:45-19:30 Reception   Café & poster area

Sponsored by:

This symposium is offered at NO COST, but is limited to 100 attendees.

We will reach out to abstract applicants by the beginning of August. For further inquiries please email the organizers at nyc-isb23@nysbc.org.

Yes. This will be an in-person on-site workshop.

Yes. We are planning for at least half the attendees to participate in our poster session.

Poster board information –

    • Landscape: 36” x 24”
    • Portrait: 36” x 28”

We are planning on a 100-attendee event to facilitate intimate scientific discussions, but keep the symposium large enough to reach a wide variety of fields.

No. The symposium will not be recording or broadcasting the talks or poster sessions.