Ion Channels in Context:
Structure and function in native cells and macromolecular complexes
Organized by Cathy Proenza and Matt Trudeau
Marine Biological Laboratory
7 MBL Street
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Logan Airport (BOS) in Boston, Massachusetts, and the T. F. Green Airport (PVD) in Providence, Rhode Island, are the two closest major airports. For driving directions from both airports, see the link above. Both airports are serviced by major car rental companies. There is bus service from Logan Airport to Woods Hole via the Peter Pan Bus Company: peterpanbus.com. The route would be Boston (Logan Airport) to Woods Hole with a fare of $32 each way. There are later buses, but to arrive for dinner, the last bus from Logan would be 3:45 p.m. There is no direct bus service from Green Airport. We recommend purchasing your tickets ahead of time, as soon as possible.
The Peter Pan Bus Company peterpanbus.com has service from one location in New York City (Port Authority Bus Terminal), and two locations in Boston (Logan Airport and Amtrak's Boston South Station). There are later buses, but to arrive at MBL by dinner, the last bus to get would be the 3:45 p.m. from Logan Airport and the 4:15 p.m. bus from Boston South Station. The bus departing Logan Airport costs $32 each way, and the bus departing Boston South Station costs $29 each way. We recommend purchasing your tickets ahead of time, as soon as possible.
Amtrak serves two stations in Boston, Back Bay Station and South Station. Both Avis and Budget have a location across the street from Back Bay Station, but there are no nearby car rental agencies near South Station. The Peter Pan bus to Woods Hole stops at South Station but not at Back Bay Station. There are later buses, but to arrive at MBL by dinner, the last bus to get departing Boston South Station would be the 4:15 p.m. The fare is $29 each way. We recommend purchasing your tickets ahead of time, as soon as possible. You can purchase bus tickets at peterpanbus.com.
Registration for the SGP 2022 Meeting includes lodging on the MBL campus for 4 nights and all meals starting with dinner on Wednesday dinner through breakfast on Sunday morning. Because housing stock at MBL is limited, rooms on campus will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. As we get nearer to the meeting and have a better sense of registration levels, we will provide the option to upgrade to a single room for an additional $265 if single rooms should become available.For those staying off campus, meals-only registration options are available (all meals from Wednesday dinner through Sunday breakfast). For local accommodation, please see the Hotels menu.
Registration rates are below. All attendees not already members are strongly encouraged to join the Society of General Physiologists at the time of registration to take advantage of the lower registration rate for members. For new regular members, the net savings on registration is $210 when you join for $125. For new student and postdoc members, the net savings on registration is over $300 when you join for $20 or $40. There are many other great benefits to being an SGP member besides the meeting discount, including waiver of publication fees for the Journal of General Physiology ($2,000 value!): sgpweb.org/benefits.
|Registration Type||Current SGP Members||SGP Rate + Join SGP||Non-Members|
|Double Room at MBL and Meals||$1,550||$1,675||$1,885|
|Meals Only (Lodging off campus)||$1,280||$1,405||$1,650|
|Student/Postdoc Double Room at MBL and Meals||$1,200||$1,220/$1,240||$1,540|
|Student/Postdoc Meals Only (Lodging off campus)||$930||$950/$970||$1,270|
ABSTRACTS related to the meeting's theme or on any topic in the field of physiology are invited.
ABSTRACTS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY.
To submit an abstract, use the Register button on this site.
If you have already registered for the meeting and need to submit an abstract, please do so here: https://bit.ly/sgp22abstract.
Poster size: up to 42” wide x 60” high (portrait-style). Thumbtacks are provided.
All attendees must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, and the vaccination must have been completed at least two (2) weeks before your arrival on campus. PCR tests will neither be provided nor considered if done on your own. We ask that you scan and upload your vaccination card when you register. If you are not yet fully vaccinated, you may complete your registration now and contact SGP when you have been fully vaccinated to arrange to submit a scan of your vaccination card.
"Ligand sensitivity in HCN channels"
"Regulation of ASICs by stomatins"
"Epilepsy- and ASD-associated variants impair neuronal KCNQ channel functionality"
"Calcium signaling at ER-PM junctions in nerve and muscle"
"Coordinated activity of ionic currents in spontaneously-active neurons"
"Molecular mechanisms of sensory system adaptation"
"Molecular function of nicotinic receptors as novel therapeutic drug targets"
"Role of TMEM16A channel in fertilization"
"Hippocampal AMPA receptor assemblies"
"Ca2+ channel β subunits"
"Proton and other ion channels in coral"
"Neurovascular coupling: Control of blood flow in cerebral arteries"
"Multiple mechanisms underlying the pathogenesis of CaV1.2 channelopathies"
"Measuring conformational distributions with tmFRET"
"Control of intracellular Ca2+ in kidney disease"
"Regulation of M current in epilepsy"
"Coordinated activity of ion channels in thermosensitive neurons"
"Unconventional plasma membrane expansion and retrieval"
"K+ channels and uterine function"
"Discovering mechanisms of developmental and epileptic encephalopathy"
"A non-canonical role for voltage-gated Cav1.4 Ca2+ channels in the retina"
"Molecular mechanisms underlying cardiac pacemaker channel function"
"Structural dynamics of ion channels measured with tmFRET"
"Roles of Nav channel accessory subunits in the regulation of membrane excitability"
"Regulation of HCN channels by a family of ER transmembrane proteins"
"Slow AMPA receptors in the brain"
"Control of intracellular Ca2+ by Stim & Orai"
"Novel mechanisms of co-biogenesis regulating cardiac rhythms"
"Correlating structure and function in ATP-sensitive potassium channels"
"AMIGO β subunit regulation of Kv2 channel expression and function"
"Molecular determinants of Kv1.3-induced proliferation"
"Intramolecular interactions in hERG K+ channels"
"Mechanisms of tissue specific control of mitochondrial calcium uptake"
"TRPV1 as nociceptor for plant toxins and animal venoms"
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