NMR Teaching and Training
Contact : C. Bougault
The NMR group at the IBS is involved in the theoretical and practical training of Master and PhD students in NMR in partnership with the University Joseph Fourier in Grenoble.
At the master level, the following courses and lab sessions are taught by group members :
Master 2 Biochimie et Biologie Structurale
– Structural studies of biological macromolecules by NMR
– Web site: http://www-biologie.ujf-grenoble.fr/SiteBio/articles.php?lng=fr&pg=147
Master 2 Physique et Chimie
– From spin physics to structure determination
– Web site: http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/CDCPMS8_580/0/fiche___formation/
Master 2 Méthodes Physiques et Physico-Chimie
– Structure and dynamics in solution
– Web site: http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/PMPPC8_780/0/fiche___formation/
Research activities are affiliated with additional master programs (Master 2 Biochimie Structurale et Fonctionnelle at the University Claude Bernard - Lyon I) and two Doctoral Schools at the University Joseph Fourier in Grenoble:
– Doctoral School of Chemistry and Life Sciences
– Grenoble Doctoral School of Physics
Thematic schools or workshops
Contact : J.Boisbouvier
The NMR group is also an active participant, organizer or co-organizer in various thematic schools or workshops :
– Protein Structure Determination by NMR,18-22may 2015, IBS - Grenoble.
– International Practical School on Advanced Isotopic Labelling Methods for NMR
2015, 2017, 2019, IBS - Grenoble.
– Isotope Labeling for protein NMR. Strasbourg, 10-14 june 2013. See registration.
– Protein Structure Determination by NMR, 17/05/10-21/05/10
– Structural Biology and Biophysics, Les Houches, 31/08/08-12/09/08
– NMR Biological Interactions, Gif sur Yvette, March 2009
– NMR spectroscopy at high field in solids and liquids, Les Houches, 02/06/09-05/06/09
– International Workshop on High Field Solution and Solid State Biomolecular NMR (June 2009)
– International School on High Field NMR Spectroscopy for Solids and Liquids (May 2006)
Introduction to Solid-state NMR
Slides for a general introduction to biomolecular solid-state NMR -
(Contact: Paul Schanda)