The MedInProt Protein Science Research Synergy Program (MedInProt) is a unique niche initiative in Hungary which aims to:
- link different protein science disciplines
- organize and strengthen their network
- achieve competitive collaboration
- catalyze synergy among specialities
- support recognized researchers' co-operation
The objective of the program, which is financed by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, is to foster cooperation among a number of universities: the Eötvös Loránd University, the Budapest University of Technology and Economy, the Semmelweis University and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Research Center for Natural Sciences. 20th May 2014 marked the inaugural conference of the MedInProt Program, whose president is Dr András Perczel.
The first phase of the program (2014 - 2015) was concerned with research into the fields of protein science. We will support some researcher to buy small and medium-sized equipment, and will finance them a measure of computer time.
MedInProt's remit includes the organisation and support of conferences and courses and the establishment of an MSc program in English. In addition, the program will be involved in setting up a troubleshooting hotline, and the purchase and translation of books relating to the field of protein science.
Cryo-EM Workshop 2018-12-18
MEDInPROT and JEOL Workshop on Cryo-Electron Microscopy
10th of January 2019. Thursday
ELTE TTK 1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/a, 1.71 Pócza Jenő room
10:30 Welcome by Prof. András Perczel
10:35 Short introduction of electron microscopy by Guillaume Lathus
10:45 Cryo-EM in Biology by Emanuel Katzmann PhD
Cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) has taken enormous flight in recent years and has gained an enormous momentum resulting in the award for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Atomic level structural analysis of viruses and proteins derived by cryo-EM requires high stability hardware and software. JEOL proudly announces its latest offering in cryo-TEMs to facilitate this development in cryo-EM.
11:40 Cryo-EM in Material Science by Guillaume Brunetti PhD
The development and subsequent application of new materials depends on a fundamental understanding of their structure and properties, and the bonding between atoms. Microstructural information and surface/bulk chemical analyses are readily obtained from these instruments with absolutely state-of-the-art results.
12:40 Coffee break
13:00 Tomography by Sylvain Trépout, PhD
Introduction of Electron Tomography: a combination of cryogenic techniques for specimen preparation, electron microscopy for data collection, and tomographic reconstruction techniques for visualization in three dimensions.
14:00 Cryo-EM in practice by Guillaume Brunetti and Emanuel Katzmann
Cryo-EM in practice, tips and hints for users
For registration please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Cryo-EM 10th of January 2019.’ until the 28th of December.
MOLLY & PRO 10 - FEHÉRJEDAL 2018-12-17
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 2018-12-12
Book Launch: Ezerarcú fehérjék 2018-11-16
László Buday, László Nyitray, László Táncos and András Perczel
10. Conference of MedInProt - presented at the conference 2018-11-16
The tenth Conference of the MedInProt Protein Science Research Synergy Program was held on November 10. 2018, at Eötvös Loránd University.
Gábor Pál: Irányított fehérjeevolúció alapkutatástól gyógyszerfejlesztésig
László Poppe: Francis Arnold: Revolution based on evolution
The role of the scaffold protein Tks4 in cancer cell motility – László Buday, András Czirók
Setup of inflammation induced permeability measurements by gold nanoparticles and optical biosensor – László Cervenak , István László Lagzi, Róbert Horváth
Podocin: the pivotal relationship of the transmission rate and the oligomerization of a membrane protein – Dóra K.Menyhárd, Gusztáv Schay, Kálmán Tory
Mastering Cell Counting: about the Countess FL instrument – Szilvia Bősze, Tamás Beke-Somfai
Inhibition of pathophysiological interactions of S100 proteins with foldamers - László Nyitray, Tamás Martinek
Attila Reményi: Protein kinas
Tibor Vellai: The regulation and mechanism of the aging process
Beáta Vértessy: Capturing the elusive uracil-DNA pattern