CEBEM Practical Course:

Advances in Protein Dynamics through Nuclear Spin Relaxation and Residual Dipolar Coupling

The goal of the course is to teach the basic principles of nuclear spin relaxation and residual dipolar couplings, and its use for experimental measurements on protein dynamics.

The course also includes practical classes on the following topics:

  • measurements of relaxation parameters
  • relaxation dispersion
  • residual dipolar coupling
  • computational treatment of the experimental data

It is intended for graduate students, post-docs and researchers that are familiar with the use of NMR and/or have that intention of using NMR methods for research.

The course will be limited to 25 applicants

  • Location: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
  • Registration on the web page:
  • Deadline: May 30th, 2011


  • Arthur Palmer – Columbia University
  • Joel Tolman – Johns Hopkins
  • Alejandro Vila – University of Rosario
  • Claudio Fernandez – University of Rosario
  • Rodolfo Rasia – University of Rosario
  • Mauro Amorim – Fed. University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Ana Paula Valente - Fed. University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Fábio C.L. Almeida - Fed. University of Rio de Janeiro


  • CEBEM - CNPq
  • Tedia Brazil


Fecha de inicio
21 de Septiembre del 2011

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