Proteins for structural and biological studies

The annual CSIRO Protein Expression Workshop (PEWS) providing an overview on the latest methods and technologies used for the production of proteins for structural, biological and pre-clinical studies. Join us for the 19th Annual Protein Expression Workshop from 25 - 27 July 2018. Visit our website http://www.csiro.au/PEWS

Registration

Please click the 'Register now' button to register. The registration process permits a single registrant only but can be run multiple times for additional registrants.

  • $180

    Full registration

    Choose this option if attending two or more days of the workshop. Ticket permits ONE registrant only.

  • $100

    OR Single-day registration

    Choose this option if you will be attending a single day of the workshop only. Ticket permits ONE registrant only.

  • $0

    OR Students, Speakers and CSIRO staff

    Proof of enrollment will be required if registering as a student. Ticket permits ONE registrant only.

Event date: 25Jul 2018

Wednesday 25 - Friday 27 Jul 2018

CSIRO Parkville (seminar) and CSIRO Clayton (hands-on workshop)

  • 9.00am - 5.00pm

343 Royal Parade, Parkville VIC and Recombinant Protein Production Facility, Bayview Avenue, Clayton VIC

More information

Workshop Aim

The production of complex proteins for structural and biological studies requires a range of skills and disciplines including molecular biology, fermentation, protein purification and structural analysis. PEWS seminars will cover a range of topics to enable successful production work and provide an excellent networking opportunity. The hands-on workshops on the third day will provide opportunities for delegates to interact with experts and try some of the latest gadgets.

By the end of the Workshop participants will:

  • have an understanding of different expression systems
  • be familiar with basic technologies involved in protein production
  • know the most important large and small-scale equipment involved in expression and purification
  • be able to design and optimise your production system
  • understand basic purification and assay methods
  • learn how to integrate your production system with purification
  • be familiar with current trends in protein production and fermentation
  • learn how collaborative facilities might be able to assist you to reach your research goals

Bus transfers

Bus transfer will be available upon request for those attending the Clayton site workshops.

Contact

PEWS@csiro.au
03 9662 7100