Conferences and seminars


Conferences and seminars

2016 – Membrane Biophysics Subgroup symposium at the Biophysical Society 60th Meeting, L.A.;

2016 – 17th International Conference on Retinal Proteins (ICRP), October 2nd – 7th, Potsdam, Germany;

2016 – Gordon Research Conferences on Photoreceptor Systems, Galveston, Tx, Keynote speaker;

2016 – Janelia Research Campus, Genetic Manipulation of Neuronal Activity IV, October 16 – 19;

2016 – Dept. of Physiol. and Cell. Biophysics, Columbia University, NY (Host Dr. Colecraft);

2016 – Dept. of Microbiology, University of Wyoming, USA (host Dr. Gomelsky);

2017 – Weill Cornell, NY, invited seminar (host Dr, Crina Nimigean);

2017 – University of Nebraska, Lincoln, invited lecture (host Dr. J. Van Etten);

2017 – 61st Biophysical Soc. Meeting, New Orleans, Symposium “Channel gating mechanisms”;

2017 – EMBO Lecture course “Channels and Transporters”, Erice, Italy;

2017 – Symposium “Fluorescence-based approaches to study membrane proteins”, Copenhagen;

2017 – McGill U., Montreal, invited lecture (host Dr. Reza Shariff);

2017 – U. of Maryland, “Advanced Imaging Workshop for Pollen and Tip-growth Biology”;

2017 – Optogen Symposium, Lecce, Italy;

2018 – XXII international school of pure and applied biophysics, Venice;

2018 – Gordon Research Conference on Photoreceptors, 4-9 March;

2018 – Janelia Research Campus, Genetic Manipulation of Neuronal Activity V, October 1 – 4;

2018 – IBS Grenoble, France (host Dr. Christophe Moreau);

2018 – U. of Ulm, Germany (host Dr. Francesco Roselli);

2018 – Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle, U. Of Montpellier (host Dr. Matteo Mangoni);

2019 – International Symposium on HCN1, 15-17 January, University of Essen, Germany;

2019 – FASEB meeting on Ion channel regulation 7-12 July, Lisbon, Portugal;

2019 – Internation Symposium on optogenetics in honor of Peter Hegemann, U. of Regemsburg, June 28.