Presentations

2014
  • (Talk) The Effects of Lipid Composition in Protein Insertion and Function at the Inner and Outer Membranes. Petit Institute Breakfast Seminar Series. 2014. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Talk) Single-molecule views of membrane-protein insertion from MD simulations. XVI Annual Linz Winter Workshop. 2014. Linz, Austria.

 

2013
  • (Talk) Outer-membrane protein assembly and insertion. Atlanta-Area Molecular and Cellular Biophysics Symposium. 2013. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Talk) Assembly and architecture of Gram-positive and –negative cell walls. Biology Department Seminar, Georgia Tech. 2013. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Talk) Bringing physics to life or: How I learned to stop worrying and love biology. Society of Physics Students, Georgia Tech. 2013. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Talk) Mechanisms of membrane-protein insertion at the inner and outer membranes. Molecular Biophysics Research Review, Georgia Tech. 2013. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Talk) Membrane-protein insertion at two membranes: Analogous mechanisms at work?  Biological membranes and membrane proteins: Challenges for theory and experiment. 2013. Snowmass, CO.
  • (Talk) Partitioning of small helices in membranes: A story of two force fields. Free energy calculations: Three decades of adventure in chemistry and biophysics. 2013. Snowmass, CO.
  • (Talk) A molecular balancing act: the coupled roles of energetics and kinetics in the insertion of membrane proteins. Physics Dept. colloquium, Emory University, 2013. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Poster) Assembly and architecture of Gram-positive and -negative cell walls. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2013. Philadelphia, PA.
  • (Poster) Reconciling the roles of kinetic and thermodynamic factors in membrane-protein insertion. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2013. Philadelphia, PA.

 

2012
  • (Talk) Stalling of the ribosome by SecM. Mankin Lab group meeting, UIC, 2012. Chicago, IL.
  • (Talk) Bringing physics to life or: How I learned to stop worrying and love biology. Graduate student seminar series, Georgia Tech, 2012. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Talk) Engineering the bacterial cell wall. CPLC Symposium, 2012. Urbana, IL.
  • (Talk) Application of free-energy methods in NAMD to complex biological systems. CECAM Workshop on free energy calculations: from theory to applications, 2012. Champs-sur-Marne, France.
  • (Talk) Glimpsing the inner workings of living cells with the computational microscope. Argonne National Laboratory, 2012. Argonne, IL.
  • (Talk) Membrane-protein insertion: One helix and one amino acid at a time. Physics Dept. seminar, IUPUI, 2012. Indianapolis, IN.
  • (Talk) Membrane-protein insertion: One helix and one amino acid at a time. Physics Dept. seminar, Georgia Tech, 2012. Atlanta, GA.
  • (Talk) Spontaneous movement of transmembrane segments from SecY into the membrane. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2012. San Diego, CA.
  • (Talk) Membrane-protein insertion: One helix and one residue at a time. Chemistry Dept. seminar, Washington University, 2012. St. Louis, MO.

 

2011
  • (Talk) Membrane protein folding and insertion mediated by the Sec translocon. Beckmann Lab group meeting, U. Munich, 2011. Munich, Germany.
  • (Talk) Determining structures of membrane proteins through combined cryo-electron microscopy and molecular dynamics. Synthetic Biology International Workshop, UC Berkeley 2011. Berkeley, CA.
  • (Talk) Development and function of proteins in the inner and outer membranes. Jensen Lab group meeting, Caltech 2011. Pasadena, CA.
  • (Talk) Protein localization and folding mechanisms revealed by molecular dynamics simulations. James Gumbart, Christophe Chipot, and Klaus Schulten. South African Institute of Physics Conference, 2011. Pretoria, South Africa.
  • (Talk) Computational microscopy using molecular dynamics. James Gumbart. Biophysics Workshop, South African Institute of Physics Conference, 2011. Pretoria, South Africa.
  • (Talk) Reproduction of experimental free energies of membrane insertion using molecular dynamics. James Gumbart. Biological Membranes and Membrane Proteins Conference, 2011. Snowmass, CO.
  • (Talk) Realizing Feynman’s dream with the computational microscope. James Gumbart. Western Illinois Univ. Physics Dept. colloquium, 2011. Macomb, IL.
  • (Talk) Directing protein traffic across, and into, membranes. Buchanan Lab group meeting, NIH 2011. Bethesda, MD.
  • (Poster) Protein folding and membrane insertion via the protein translocon. James Gumbart, Christophe Chipot, and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2011. Baltimore, MD.

 

2010
  • (Talk) The role of the protein-conducting channel in the membrane insertion of transmembrane segments. James Gumbart, Christophe Chipot, and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2010. San Francisco, CA.

 

2009
  • (Talk) Regulation of the protein-conducting channel by a bound ribosome. James Gumbart, Leonardo G. Trabuco, Elizabeth Villa, Eduard Schreiner, Christopher B. Harrison, Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2009. Boston, MA.
  • (Poster) Coupling of Ca2+ and substrate binding in the outer membrane transporter BtuB. James Gumbart, Michael C. Wiener, and Emad Tajkhorshid. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2009. Boston, MA.

 

2008
  • (Talk) Membrane protein insertion in the translocon. James Gumbart and Klaus Schulten. CECAM Workshop on Membrane Protein Insertion: Theory and Experiment, 2008. Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • (Talk) Bringing physics to life: Biological insights from computer simulations. James Gumbart. Western Illinois Univ. Physics Dept. colloquium, 2008. Macomb, IL.
  • (Poster) The roles of the pore ring and the plug in the SecY protein-conducting channel. James Gumbart and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2008. Long Beach, CA.
  • (Poster) Computational studies of substrate-dependent behavior of the E. coli cobalamin transporter BtuB. James Gumbart, Christian Banchs, Michael C. Wiener, and Emad Tajkhorshid. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2008. Long Beach, CA.

 

2007
  • (Talk) Mechanics of force propagation in TonB-dependent outer membrane transporters. James Gumbart, Michael C. Wiener, and Emad Tajkhorshid. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2007. Baltimore, MD.
  • (Poster) Opening of the lateral gate of the translocon SecY. James Gumbart and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2007. Baltimore, MD.

 

2006
  • (Poster) Dynamics of the translocon SecY investigated through MD. James Gumbart and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, 2006. Salt Lake City, UT.

 

 

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