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AUSTRALIA

Elizabeth Gillam, University of Queensland: Directed and natural evolution of enzymes for biocatalysis

Colin Jackson, Australian National University

Bostjan Kobe, University of Queensland: Structure and function of proteins involved in infection and immunity.

AUSTRIA

Andreas Kungl, Karl-Franzens-University Graz: Interaction of complex (proteo)glycans with proteins such as chemokines.

BELGIUM

Peter Tompa, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

BRAZIL

Richard Charles Garrat, University of São Paulo

Beatriz Guimarães, Instituto Carlos Chagas

Maria Cristina Nonato, University of São Paulo

CANADA

Jean-Francois Couture, University of Ottawa: Structural biology of epigenetics

Martin Schmeing, McGill University: Structural and chemical biology of nonribosomal peptide synthetases.

DENMARK

Kenneth Jensen, Novozymes A/S: Enzymes for industrial use

Frans Mulder, University of Aarhus: Biochemical and biological systems and processes, focusing on proteins

Daniel Otzen, University of Aarhus

FINLAND

Adrian Goldman, University of Helsinki: Mechanism and function of membrane proteins

Lari Lehtiö, University of Oulu: Structural biology of ADP-ribosylation and related inhibitors and chemical tools

Tiina Salminen, Åbo Akademi

FRANCE

Thomas Haertlé, Institut national de la recherche agronomique

Human Rezaei, Institut national de la recherche agronomique

GERMANY

Reinhard Sterner, Universität Regensburg: Evolution and design of enzymes

Birte Höcker, Universität Bayreuth

Yves Muller, Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

GREECE

Michael Kokkinidis, University of Crete

 

INDIA

Karthe Ponnuraj, University of Madras

R. Mahalakshmi, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal

ISRAEL

Gideon Schreiber, Weizmann Institute: Transient protein-protein interactions and their binding activity

Joel Sussman, Weizmann Institute

Julia Shifman, Hebrew University

ITALY

Adele Di Matteo, Istituto di Biologia e Patologia Molecolari

Giuseppe Manco, Istituto di Biochimica e Biologia Cellulare: Structure-function relationship in enzymes for the environment and human health

JAPAN

Ichio Shimada, University of Tokyo: Protein-protein interactions; dynamics of membrane proteins; NMR

Yutaka ItoTokyo Metropolitan University

KOREA

Hak-Sung Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST): High specificity and affinity protein binders

Seung-Goo Lee, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB)

NETHERLANDS

Marco Fraaije, University of Groningen: Discovery, engineering and applying redox enzymes: insights from detailed enzymological studies are used to tune enzymes for biotechnological applications

NORWAY

Vincent Eijsink, Norwegian University of Life Sciences: Innovative (redox) enzyme technology for biomass processing

Nathalie Reuter, University of Bergen

Bjørn Olav Brandsdal, University of Tromsø

 

 

RUSSIA

Vladimir I. Tishkov, Moscow State University

Vytas Svedas, Moscow State University

SINGAPORE

Song Jianxing, National University of Singapore: Protein biophysics; from fundamental principles to structural and dynamic mechanisms for diseases and drug actions.

SPAIN

Alberto Marina, Instituto de Biomedicina de Valencia

Javier Sancho, University of Zaragoza: Protein stability by wet and computational approaches

SWEDEN

Bengt Mannervik, Stockholm University

Ylva Ivarsson, Uppsala University

Per-Olof Syren, Royal Institute of Technology

SWITZERLAND

Andreas Plückthun, University of Zurich: Creation of new proteins and protein variants

TAIWAN

Shang-Te Danny Hsu, Academia Sinica: Structures and properties of proteins and G-rich oligonucleotides

Rita P.-Y. Chen, Academia Sinica

Yu-Chih Grace Lo, National Cheng Kung University

UNITED KINGDOM

Dafydd Jones, Cardiff University: Molecular basis of protein plasticity in terms of structure, function and folding

Drew Thomson, University of Glasgow: Computational design tools and peptide chemistry

URUGUAY

Alejandro Buschiazzo, Institut Pasteur de Montevideo: How microorganisms sense and transmit signaling information leading to cellular homeostasis

ALUMNI

Australia: Nick Hoogenraaad, Peter Hudson

Canada: Mirek Cygler, Tony Warren

Denmark: Flemming M. Poulsen, Allan Svendsen

Finland: Rik Wierenga

France: Andre Menez

Germany:  Dietmar Schomburg

India: Pinak Chakrabarti, S. Krishnaswamy

Italy: Alberto Di Donato, Doriano Lamba

Japan: Kosuke Morikawa

The Netherlands:  Bauke W. Dijkstra, Dick Janssen, Bauke Dijkstra

Portugal: Belarmino A Salvado Barata

Russia: Vadim V. Mesyanzhinov

Spain: Carlos Gomez-Moreno

Sweden: Tuula T. Teeri

Taiwan: Andrew Wang

United Kingdom: Alan Fersht, Greg Winter

USA: Phil Bryan, Edward Eisenstein