2017 annual meeting lectures

Publised June 20 2017



Each year, the ASBMB recognizes outstanding researchers in biochemistry and molecular biology with the society’s annual awards. Recipients accept their awards at the annual meeting. Audio versions of the award lectures presented by this year’s winners at the 2017 ASBMB Annual Meeting in Chicago are available below. Enjoy them on SoundCloud, or download them to your device to listen offline. Each title links to a feature article about the speaker. Next year, see experts in person at the 2018 annual meeting in San Diego (April 21-25). Click here to save the date!

David Sibley: Genetic analysis of pathogenesis in Toxoplasma gondii




Erin Dolan: When undergraduate research becomes the curriculum




Judith Frydman: Proteostasis function and disfunction




Volker Haucke: Phosphoinositide conversion in the endolysosomal system




Sinisa Urban: What lurks beneath (the membrane): A mechanistic exploration of rhomboid proteolysis




Brian Shoichet: Structure-based discovery of new chemotypes conferring new biology




Susan Gottesman: Post‐transcriptional regulation and the bacterial response to stress




Wei Yang: A new paradigm for catalysis of nucleotidyltransfer reactions




Douglas Robinson: From dividing cells to helping students overcome socio‐economic barriers




Gregory Fairn: Molecular probes to study the subcellular localization of phospholipids & cholesterol




Susan Taylor: Lessons learned from PKA




William Wickner: A reductionist approach to understanding membrane fusion