9th Workshop

Program and abstracts in PDF


9th Protein.DTU Workshop
22nd May 2013


08:20-08:50 Arrival and breakfast

Chair: Birte Svensson, DTU Systems Biology
08:50-09:00 Egon Bech Hansen, Head of department, DTU Systems Biology

Chair: Birte Svensson, Professor, DTU Systems Biology
09:00-09:30 Jens Ulstrup, Professor, DTU Chemistry
Are single protein molecules electronic conductors, or do we believe it
when we see single protein molecules in electron transfer and enzyme action?

Chair: Peter M. H. Heegaard, Professor, DTU Vet
09:30-10:00 Michael Engelbrecht Nielsen, Associate professor, DTU Food
Proteins involved in the wound healing process

Chair: Jenny Emnéus, Professor, DTU Nanotech
10:00-10:30 Claus Helix Nielsen, External associate professor, DTU Physics
Lipid-protein interactions and biomimetic membranes

10:30-10:50 Coffee break, biscuits and fruit

Chair: Günther H. J. Peters, Associate professor, DTU Chemistry
10:50-11:20   Kasper Planeta Kepp, Associate professor, DTU Chemistry
Protein evolution from sequence to survival: Myoglobin in deep-divers

Chair: Charlotte Bernhard Madsen, Senior scientist, DTU Food
11:20-11:50 Lasse Eggers, Postdoc, DTU Vet
The tell-tale protein – MHC class I binding and complex assembly;
it’s all about affinity and stability

  Chair: Maher Abou Hachem, Associate professor, DTU Systems Biology
11:50-12:20 Martin Dufva, Associate professor, DTU Nanotech
Microfluidics methods enabling identification of paracrine or autocrine networks involved in stem cell differentiation

12:20-13:00 Lunch and poster viewing

Chair: Michael Engelbrecht Nielsen, Associate professor, DTU Food
13:00-13:30 Anne Marie Vinggaard, Professor, DTU Food
Detection and activation of proteins in endocrine disruption research

Chair: Flemming Jessen, Senior scientist, DTU Food
13:30-14:00 Jesper V. Olsen, Professor, Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen
Global analysis of cell signaling pathways by quantitative phosphoproteomics

Chair: Christine Finnie, Associate professor, DTU Systems Biology
14:00-14:30 Winnie Svendsen, Associate professor, DTU Nanotech
Detection and capturing of proteins in a microfluidic device

14:30-14:50 Coffee break, biscuits and fruit

Chair: Pernille Harris, Associate professor, DTU Chemistry
14:50-15:20 Birthe B. Kragelund, Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen
Intrinsic disorder in membrane proteins – a fat chance!

Chair: Kristoffer Almdal, Professor, DTU Nanotech
15:20-15:50 Maher Abou Hachem, Associate professor, DTU Systems Biology
Molecular determinants of oligosaccharide metabolism by probiotic bacteria

15:50-17:30 Poster session and “time for a beer”