ORGANIZERS
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Dr. Argyris Politis
King's College London
Department of Chemistry
Argyris is interested in elucidating conformational mechanisms of complex macromolecular machines using HDX-MS. His group has pioneered the study of lipid-modulated conformational changes in membrane proteins. They have also developed Deuteros software for HDX-MS data analysis.
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Prof. David Weis
University of Kansas
Department of Chemistry
KU Center for HX-MS
David Weis is a Professor Chemistry and the Director of the KU Center for HX-MS at the University of Kansas and vice chair of the International Society for HDX-MS. He has been conducting research in the field for over 15 years. Current research interests in his lab include epitope mapping, therapeutic protein development, and statistical analysis of HX-MS data for quality attribute purposes.
Co-Chairs
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