Northwest Crystallography Workshop
June 17–19, 2016
Smith Center for Undergraduate Education
on the campus of Washington State University
Pullman, Washington, USA
The 2016 Northwest Crystallography Workshop will be held at WSU’s Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE).
Find more information about visiting Pullman and Washington on these websites:
Travel & Airports
The Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport (PUW), with connecting flights to and from Seattle, is the nearest airport and is two miles from campus. The Spokane International Airport (GEG) is the nearest international airport and is 78 miles from campus. Wheatland Express provides shuttle service to and from the Spokane Airport—travel times are limited, and reservations are required.
- If you are driving to Pullman or plan to rent a car in Spokane: Driving directions
- More information about transportation and visiting Pullman: WSU Visit and Travel
Marriott Residence Inn
The Residence Inn is offering attendees a rate of $99 plus tax. The hotel is located on campus, and the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education is a 20-minute walk away. Parking at the hotel is free for guests in the Residence Inn lot. Call the Marriott Residence Inn directly by dialing 509-332-4400 or visit their website.
Campus Lodging Option
Lodging on campus is available during the conference and is within walking distance to the conference venue. Single occupancy is $39.75 per night per person in a single room for our newest student housing facility.
Reservations for campus lodging must be made when registering for the conference.
Washington State University and the Department of Chemistry welcome you to the 2016 Northwest Crystallography Workshop in Pullman, Washington.
The biennial workshop has been held at differing locations in the Pacific Northwest since 1981, and it is a great way for regional researchers who are interested in both the utilization of macromolecular crystallography and the development of new methods to meet.
Priority for speaking slots will be given to students and post-docs who focus on how their results were achieved and the role structure played in the success of their work.
- Enzyme mechanism
- Drug discovery
- Complex formation
- Crystal growth
- Structure solution
- Model validation
- Structure/function relationship
- Structure prediction
- X-ray and cryo-EM complementarity
- Protein/nucleic acid interaction
- Environmental Science
There will be a reception on Friday evening in the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education, and on Saturday there will be talks during the day. A banquet is scheduled on Saturday evening in the Compton Union Building followed by a keynote address. Talks will continue on Sunday morning in the Smith Center with the workshop wrapping-up at noon.
A light lunch will be served on Saturday and a takeaway boxed lunch will be available on Sunday.
Download the agenda (pdf)
“Intrinsically Disordered Proteins and Protein Crystallography”
Founding Director, Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Indiana University Schools of Medicine & Informatics