GRC – Ion Channels: Molecular Basis of Membrane Excitability in Physiology and...

When: 07.07. – 12.07.2024

Venue: Mount Holyoke College. 50 College Street, South Hadley. Massachusetts, United States

Go to the Conference website here


Meet us at the GRC on Ion Channels

Connect with Dr. Tom Goetze (Senior Scientist) to learn about our platforms with different throughput for investigating ion channels.

Tom will present the poster “Mechanical activation of Piezo1 using liquid jets on a 384-well patch-clamp setup”. Make sure to connect with him to engage in insightful discussions!

About the meeting

The Ion Channels GRC is a premier, international scientific conference focused on advancing the frontiers of science through the presentation of cutting-edge and unpublished research, prioritizing time for discussion after each talk and fostering informal interactions among scientists of all career stages. The 2024 Gordon Research Conference on Ion Channels will continue a long-standing tradition of convening leading researchers to share unpublished, cutting-edge research on proteins responsible for electrical signaling and ion transport. Recent major advances in structural biology, high throughout experimental methods and machine learning approaches has the potential to revolutionize biological research. This edition of the meeting will highlight how big data and other emerging approaches are providing new insights into the role of ion channels in human physiology and diseases.