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Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference

APRIL 16 - 20, 2023

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Invited & Special Speakers

Tutorial Session on Wednesday afternoon features lectures from these renowned experts:

Mark Conradi (ABQMR, Emeritus Washington University St. Louis), Low-Field NMR and MRI- Opportunities

Boyd Goodson (Southern Illinois University), Hyperpolarization: An Overview of Principles, Methods, and Applications

Early Morning Lecture Series (for Students & ALL who wish to learn!), 07:00-07:50 Mon-Thur

Would you like to deepen or brush up your understanding of NMR theory? Join us for a morning lecture series by James Keeler (University of Cambridge), author of Understanding NMR Spectroscopy. These lectures assume only a modest prior knowledge of NMR theory and will cover some key topics of wide interest to budding NMR spectroscopists.

Topics will include: Energy levels, Hamiltonians and operators; Introducing and using product operators; Relaxation; Coherence selection by phase cycling and field gradients

Invited Speakers for Parallel Sessions

We are pleased to have the following roster of 41 invited speakers. Speakers are organized by general topic areas. 

Biomolecular Solids

  • Kendra Frederick (UT Southwestern), High sensitivity NMR for structural determination of neurodegenerative disease-associated proteins inside cells
  • Ayyalusamy (Rams) Ramamoorthy (University of Michigan), Magnetic-Alignment of Nanodiscs and NMR Applications
  • Markus Weingarth (Utrecht University), The Mechanisms of Lipid-targeting Antibiotics
  • Gang Wu (Queen's University), Oxygen-17 NMR Studies of Proteins: Opportunities and Challenges

Biomolecular Solutions

  • Andrew Baldwin (Oxford University), A great peak picker, and what you can do with it: bioMolecule assignment, methylNOESYs, and Universal Saturation Transfer Analysis
  • Isabella Felli (University of Florence), The role of highly flexible regions in orchestrating the properties of multidomain proteins: insights from 13C detected NMR experiments
  • Jung Ho Lee (Seoul National University), Combining Laser and NMR for the Surface Analysis of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
  • Elizabeth Meiering (University of Waterloo), Quenched H/D exchange NMR of inclusion bodies reveals significant native-like protein structure
  • Ana Paula Valente (Federal University of Rio de Janairo), Structural and dynamic characterization of viral proteins: NS2B and domain III of glycoprotein E of Zika virus
  • Brian Volkman (Medical College of Wisconsin), Conformational selection in GPCR activation and inhibition


      • Jens Anders (University of Stuttgart), Zero-dead-time detection and other advances in oscillator-based NMR and EPR
      • Dmitry Budker (University of Mainz), Zero- to ultralow-field NMR: some resent developments and applications
      • Hilary Fabich (ABQMR Inc.), MRI of Roots in the Greenhouse and Agricultural Field
      • John Franck (Syracuse University), Patches and Pockets of Weird Water -- Exploring New Frontiers with ODNP
      • Donhee Ham (Harvard University), Silicon-chip based small NMR spectrometers
      • Elena Long (University of New Hampshire), DNP Tensor Polarization Enhancement for Nuclear Physics Targets
      • Lauren Marbella (Columbia University), Tracking Degradation in Commercial Li Batteries with High Chemical and Temporal Resolution
      • Daphna Shimon (Hebrew University), Frequency Modulation and DNP

    In-Vivo / Ex-Vivo

        • Changho Choi (Vanderbilt University), MR Spectroscopy Development of Metabolic Imaging Biomarkers in Gliomas
        • Lana Kaiser (University of California, Berkeley), Magnetic Resonance Applications of Methyl Sulfone in vivo
        • Valentina Pedoia (University of California, San Francisco), K2S Challenge: From Undersampled K-Space to Automatic Segmentation
        • Xin Yu (MGH/Martinos Center), Hemodynamic brain mapping with high-field (14T) preclinical fMRI methods


        • Melinda Duer (University of Cambridge), Developing models of extracellular matrix in health and ageing: NMR approaches
        • Christel Gervais (Sorbonne Université), Combination of 17O NMR and computational modelling for the characterization of structure and dynamics in various systems containing COO groups
        • Guangjin Hou (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics), Reaction mechanism of syngas conversion on bifunctional catalysts revealed by solid-state NMR spectroscopy
        • Dominik Kubicki (University of Warwick), Octahedral Tilt Engineering: Atomic-Level Picture of Stabilized α-FAPbI3
        • Vladimir Michaelis (University of Alberta), Cation Chaos in Photovoltaic Materials
        • Fred Perras (Ames Laboratory), 1H CSA: Friend or Foe?

    Small Molecules

        • Craig Butts (University of Bristol), Fast prediction of solution-state NMR parameters across a wide 3D chemical space
        • Qi Gao (Merck & Co., Inc.), Novel and Robust Conformational Analysis to Advance 3D Structure Characterization of Cyclic Peptides
        • Ruth Gschwind (University of Regensburg), NMR as Tool in Photo- and Organocatalysis
        • Mathilde Hauge Lerche (Technical University of Denmark), Applying hyperpolarization to break sensitivity barriers of NMR for analysis of complex mixtures
        • Joe Lubach (Genentech), Insights into Fluorinated Drug Substance and Drug Product via 19F Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
        • Luzineide Tinoco (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), NMR and the Brazilian flora: a successful combination in the identification of Leishmania donovani nucleoside hydrolase inhibitors

    Theory & Computation

        • Martin Dracinsky (IOCB Prague), The Importance of Nuclear Quantum Effects (Nuclear Delocalization) for Hydrogen Bonding and for Predictions of NMR Parameters
        • Lyndon Emsley (EPFL), NMR Crystallography 2.0
        • Matthias Ernst (ETH, Zurich), Pulse-Sequence Optimization Based on Effective Floquet Hamiltonians
        • Sophia Hayes (Washington University at St Louis), Nuclear Spins as Probes of Electronic States in Semiconductors and the "Spin Bath" - What Can We Learn from Hyperpolarization via Optical Pumping
        • Armando Navarro-Vazque (Federal University of Pernambuco), Speeding up CASE-3D with machine learning prediction of scalar couplings and chemical shielding tensors
        • Thomas Vosegaard (Aarhus University), EasyNMR: Web-based data handling and NMR simulations

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