University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Chemistry

UVM Humphrey Symposium 2004
The 23rd Annual Esther and Bingham J. Humphrey
Memorial Symposium in Chemistry
Saturday, September 25, 2004
Held at
the Cook Physical Sciences Building
and Angell Lecture Hall B112
82 University Place
the University of Vermont
Symposium Topic: Self Assembly and Protein Folding

Symposium Schedule

8:30 AM Registration - Lobby of Cook Physical Science Building
9:10 AM Introductory Remarks
9:15 AM Prof. William F. DeGrado
George W. Raiziss Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
University of Pennsylvania
De Novo Design of Proteins and Protein Mimics
10:15 AM Prof. Jeffery G. Saven
Department of Chemistry
University of Pennsylvania
Theory and Design of Folding Macromolecules
11:15 AM Coffee Break
11:30 AM Prof. Jeffery W. Kelly
Department of Chemistry
The Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology
The Scripps Research Institute
Understanding the Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative Diseases and Amelioration of Same with Small Molecules
12:30 PM Lunch – Provided for all participants
2:00 PM Fin
Click on speaker's name for more information about the speaker.


If you plan to attend the Humphrey Symposium:
  • Respond to Prof. Josè Madalengoitia to register:
    • by e-mail:
    • by phone: 802 656-8247
    • by FAX: 802 656-8705
    • by mail:Chemistry Department, University of Vermont, Cook Physical Science Building, Burlington, 82 University Place, Burlington, VT 05405-0125
  • There is NO registration or attendance FEE
  • We do not have hotel rooms reserved in advance for this symposium.  You must make your own hotel reservations in the Burlington area.  However, you can call (802 656-2594) or send an e-mail for assistance.
Directions to the University of Vermont and the Humphrey Symposium:
  • General directions to the Cook Building can be obtained from our web page.  The closest parking on Saturday for the Humphrey Symposium is the parking lot behind Perkins, Votey, & Torrey Halls, which is much closer than the weekday parking meters indicated on our directions to chemistry on our web page.  You can see the edge of this parking lot on our "driving locally" directions page under point #6.  This parking lot is accessed from Colchester Ave, between the FAHC hospital entrance and University Place.  Click here to get a campus map showing the parking lot in yellow.

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