GI-MS45: How to… Successfully Collaborate as a Crystallographer

  • Filip Topić (McGill University Montreal, Canada)   
  • Galina Kiriukhina (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)
  • Date:     Thursday, 22. August 2019
  • Time:    10:00 - 12:00
  • Venue:  BIG HS

Speakers with experience of various crystallographic techniques talking about their collaboration with non-experts. How are collaborations initiated, what is the added value a crystallographer can bring to the table, how to communicate the relevance of crystallographic results to colleagues and collaborators. Speakers could be e.g. from small-molecule or protein crystallography community, from academia or industry.

10:00 GI-MS45-01 Fighting the Wind Mills: Are Crystallographers the Successors of Don Quixote?
Massimo Nespolo (University of Lorraine, France) | Abstract preview
10:30 GI-MS45-02 Secrets to a Successful Collaboration
Isabel Moraes (National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom) | Abstract preview
11:00 GI-MS45-03 Education for New Synchrotron Sources. An Interdisciplinary Master Program of the Novosibirsk State University
Elena Boldyreva (Novosibirsk State University, Russia) | Abstract preview
11:20 GI-MS45-04 How, and When, to Effect Collaborations
John Helliwell (University of Manchester, United Kingdom) | Abstract preview
11:40 GI-MS45-05 Using Crystal Structures to Guide Pharmaceutical Drug Substance Development
Lauren Agnew (AstraZeneca, United Kingdom) | Abstract preview