Session Title: Lipid and Membrane Biophysics

Session Summary:Lipid membranes are essential structures in all living organisms. Beyond their common organization in mono or bilayers, membranes are complex and dynamic systems characterized by a wide variability. Multiple factors contribute to their complexity. Membranes are made of thousands of different lipid types interacting with numerous membrane proteins. Their composition is heterogeneous in space and variable in time. In this "Lipid and Membrane Biophysics" session, we aim to discuss recent progress in both computational and experimental research on lipids and membrane biophysics.

Chairs/Speakers
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  • Chiho Watanabe
  • (Hiroshima University)
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  • Roberto Covino
  • (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies)
Speakers
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  • Sarah Veatch
  • (University of Michigan)
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  • Luca Andronico
  • (Karolinska Institutet)
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  • Michihiro Nagao
  • (University of Maryland and NIST)