Pedro Aguiar (NMR Chemistry)
James Omichinski (Biochimie)
Michael Osborne (IRIC NMR)
Blaine Chronik (Western) Magnetic Resonance Systems Development
Kalle Gehring (McGill) Protein folding in the endoplasmic reticulum
Paul Hazendonk (Lethbridge) Solid-State NMR of Complex Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Materials
William MacFarlane (UBC) Development and Application of Depth-Resolved beta-Detected Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to electronic, ionic and molecular phenomena in the Solid State
Anthony Mittermaier (McGill) Binding Mechanisms and Conformational Equilibria in Biomacromolecular Interactions
Geoffrey Ozin (Toronto) Silicon Nanochemistry
Linda Reven (McGill) Solid-State NMR of Polymer and Liquid Crystalline Nanocomposites
Andre Simpson (Toronto Scarborough) Development of flow-based and magic angle spinning in-vivo NMR to understand environmental stress
Jenifer Thewalt (Simon Fraser) Domains in Biologically Relevant Lipid Membranes
Julian Zhu (Université de Montréal) Versatile Polymeric Biomaterials
Discovery Accelerator Supplement
$120,000 over three years
|Giuseppe Melacini (McMaster) Solution NMR Studies of Interactions of Ligands With Plasma Proteins|
Research Tools and Instruments (RTI)
|Derek Gates (UBC) Upgrade to UBC-Chemistry Departmental NMR Facility|
N. Goudreau, R. Coulombe, A.-M. Faucher, C. Grand-Maitre, J.-E. Lacoste, C.T. Lemke, E. Malenfant, Y. Bousquet, L. Fader, B. Simoneau, J.-F. Mercier, S. Titolo, and S.W. Mason, "Monitoring Binding of HIV-1 Capsid Assembly Inhibitors Using 19F Ligand-and 15N Protein-Based NMR and X-ray Crystallography: Early Hit Validation of a Benzodiazepine Series," ChemMedChem 8 (2013) 405–414. (Cover Article) http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cmdc.201200580
Chemistry (RSC) profiles Prof. Julian Zhu (Université
de Montréal) as the author of the week.
H.N. Cheng, T. Asakura, A.D. English
This ACS Symposium Series book includes papers presented at the Symposium "NMR Spectroscopy of Polymers - Innovative NMR Strategies for Complex Macromolecular Systems" which was part of Pacifichem 2010, the 2010 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies in Honolulu, Hawaii, December 15-20, 2010. Among over 30 contributions on the state-of-the-art NMR spectroscopy in polymers and related systems there are two chapters by Canadian NMR research groups.
P.M. Macdonald, "Diffusion NMR of Polymers in Bicelles," Chapter 14, NMR Spectroscopy of Polymers: Innovative Strategies for Complex Macromolecules, Eds. H.N. Cheng, T. Asakura, A.D. English, ACS (2011) pp. 221-250. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/bk-2011-1077.ch014
H. Thérien-Aubin, Y.J. Wang, and X.X. Zhu, "NMR Imaging and Its Application in the Study of Pharmaceutical Tablets," Chapter 27, NMR Spectroscopy of Polymers: Innovative Strategies for Complex Macromolecules, Eds. H.N. Cheng, T. Asakura, A.D. English, ACS (2011) pp. 441-457. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/bk-2011-1077.ch027
The 94th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (CSC 2011) "Chemistry and Health" will be held in Montréal, Québec from June 5-9, 2011, as a joint effort of the Canadian Society for Chemistry and the four Montréal Universities, with the Université de Montréal Chemistry Department as the host. The CSC is the largest annual national event for chemical professionals attracting close to 2500 participants each year.
Canada is very dynamic in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy and to pursue the tradition, a solid-state NMR workshop as well as two 1.5-day NMR symposia are scheduled to cover a wide range of applications and developments in the fields of solution and solid-state NMR.
Profs Anthony Mittermaier (McGill University) and Pierre Lavigne (Université de Sherbrooke) are organizing the "Solution NMR: Biomolecular structure, dynamics, and function" symposium which includes, amongst a list of over 15 speakers, Charalampos Kalodimos (Rutgers U.). Brian Sykes (U. of Alberta), Gary Shaw (U. Western Ontario) and Lawrence McIntosh (UBC).
Profs Michel Lafleur (Université de Montréal) and Isabelle Marcotte (Université du Québec à Montréal) are co-organizers of the symposium entitled "Solid-state NMR: From materials to biomolecules". So far, Profs Marc Baldus (U. of Utrecht), Vladimir Ladizhansky (U. of Guelph), Bruce Balcom (U. New Brunswick), Valerie Booth (Memorial U.) and Dr. Ansgar Siemer (Columbia U.) have confirmed their presence as guest speakers.
invite you to participate in the CSC2011 conference which plenary lecturer
will be Nobel Laureate Prof. Roger Tsien (U. of California, San Diego).
More detail on the symposia, abstract submission and registration can be
found on the conference website at http://www.csc2011.ca
The deadline for abstract submission is February 15, 2011.
Submit your abstract through Hermes Conference Centre via the CSC2011 website. Details are available at http://www.csc2011.ca/Program/submit_abstract.html
NMR Symposia Organizers