The 1996 A. R. Martin Lecture

Department of Physiology and Biophysics
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Richard Aldrich delivering 1996 A. R. Martin LectureThe Second Annual A. R. Martin Lecture was presented by

Richard W. Aldrich, Ph.D.

Stanford University Medical School

"Conformational changes involved in ion channel gating"


Graduate student presenters with Dr. Aldrich

Five graduate students and postdocs presented their work at a mini-symposium. The speakers, pictured with Dr. Aldrich, were (left to right): Dr. Eric Bennett ("Sialic acid alters sodiumn-channel gating"); Gail Perez, ("Acetylcholine receptor phosphorylation and aggregation at the developing neuromuscular junction"); Judy Blain ("Creation of a dominant negative potassium channel subunit"); Adam Koszowski ("Sodium channel distribution in neurons"); Dr. Maria Luisa Ruiz ("Locking single nucelotide-gated channels into different liganded states")


Naturally, there were several lunches, receptions, and parties. The reveler in the center is A.R. Martin.

Bob Martin at reception

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