Enzymes in Transformation and Signalling
Beilstein ENZYMology Symposium 2017

19 21 September 2017

Hotel Jagdschloss Niederwald, Rüdesheim, Germany


Scientific Committee:

Barbara Bakker / University Medical Center Groningen

Carsten Kettner / Beilstein-Institut

Thomas S. Leyh / The Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York

Ming-Daw Tsai / Academia Sinica, Taipeh

The Beilstein Enzymology Symposium 2017 (formerly Beilstein ESCEC Symposium) will bring together biochemists, enzymologists and systems biologists with experts in bioinformatics and computer sciences.

Topics 2017

  • transcriptional and translational machines

  • regulation and control of information transfer

  • effects of damages and deficiencies

  • manipulation by viruses and bacteria

  • signal transduction and cascades

  • inter-connection of metabolism with information transfer

  • conversion of matter into energy and vice versa



Confirmed Speakers

Karen N. Allen / Boston University, USA

Barbara M. Bakker / University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands



Kenneth Johnson / The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Thomas S. Leyh / The Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY, USA

Santiago Schnell / University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Reinhard Sterner / University of Regensburg, Germany

Bas Teusink / Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Nicholas Turner / The University of Manchester, UK

Ming-Daw Tsai / Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

Christian P. Whitman / The University of Texas at Austin, USA