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After a short administrative update, each meeting will include two Project updates (~ 45 mins / project) or 3 Core updates (25 mins / core). Each presentation is coordinated by the designated Project, Core, or CDP lead. The lead will consult with the PIs on their project/core and designate who will present and how the presentations will be constituted, preferably including a mix of senior and junior level presenters each month.

Teleconference meetings are held the 3rd Friday of each month at 10:00-11:30 AM PT.


January 19-20 – Winter F2F Meeting

February 17 – Project 3 update, Jamie Williamson, Scripps

March 17 – Project 2 updates

April 21 – Core 1 updates

May 19 – Sophie Harvey, Native Mass Spectrometry Training Workshop

June 26-28 – HIV Structural Biology Meeting and F2F Meeting

July 21 – Cores 2, 3, & 4 updates

August 18 – Project 1 updates

September 15 – Project 2 updates

October 20 – Updates from 2nd year CDAs Sophie Harvey and Luiza Mendonça

November 17 – Project 3 updates

December 15 – No meeting, Happy Holidays!


January 19 – Invited Speaker

February 8-9 – Winter F2F Meeting

March 15 – Invited Speaker

April 19 – Cores 1 & 2 updates

May 17 – Cores 3 & 4 updates

June 24-26 – HIV Structural Biology Meeting and F2F Meeting

July 19 – Invited Speaker

August 16 – Project 1 updates

September 20 – Project 2 updates

October 18 – Updates from CDAs

November 15 – Project 3 updates

December 20 – No meeting, Happy Holidays!

The 2022 HIVE Winter Virtual Face-to-Face Meeting & Training Retreat

January 19-21, 2022

Information for attendees:

  1. Recording F2F presentations. We plan to record the F2F presentations, as in past meetings, and deposit the recording in a secure Dropbox to be accessed only by HIVE Center investigators. If you would not like to have your presentation recorded let us know before the F2F Meeting by email and at the time of your presentation. As in all F2F meetings, all information presented is confidential and not to be disclosed by attendees outside of the meeting.
  2. Training Retreat. Thanks to all that signed up for Rob’s Cryo-ET Training Retreat/Workshop! Rob will provide an overview of Cryo-ET principles, particle reconstruction, discuss some examples of his studies, and provide resource/background papers and resource links for the workshop (Rob, thanks!). See Rob’s attached agenda for the upcoming workshop (see below). A separate email will be sent to all providing the .zip packet containing the resource/background papers (also available at the link below).
  3. Breakout sessions on Day 2. The intent for the B-HIVE Project and Core breakout sessions on Day 2 will be to discuss and plan transitions to B-HIVE Projects and Cores goals, as well as discuss collaborations. The Project and Cores Leads will direct the sessions and appoint a person(s) as a session “scribe”, as we have in past F2F Winter Breakout Meetings, to take notes. The plan is to then share the broad topics discussed during the sessions during the Open Discussion on Day 2 at the end of the day. Art Olson has established a Google docs link for the session scribes to capture discussions during the sessions, which should allow us to share the notes during the Open Session and after the meeting. Art will provide information on Google doc use and the Google link at the F2F meeting.
  4. Zoom videoconferencing. We are fine-tuning the zoom format for videoconferencing, and we will provide a Zoom link in an email before the meeting.

Agenda for the Meeting

Worksheet for the Workshop

Papers for the Workshop

Information from David McDonald, from an e-mail in March:

NIAID will host the annual HIV Structural Biology Meeting Monday, June 26th and Tuesday, June 27th at the NIH Natcher Conference Center in Bethesda, MD. The meeting will feature presentations from the Centers for HIV Structural Biology program, invited lectures and short talks selected from submitted abstracts. Poster sessions will be held each day to encourage networking and collaboration among HIV Cellular, Molecular and Structural Biologists. The meeting is expected to attract over 400 participants from the extramural and intramural research community.

 This meeting is free and open to all. Registration and abstract submission will open in April. Please forward this email to colleagues who may be interested in attending.


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