Events

Visualization Conversations

Since Fall 2020, BioMolViz has been hosting a series of informal online conversations monthly to keep our community connected online. We are planning to continue visualization conversations in Fall 2022 and are seeking presenters in the biomolecular visualization field. If you are interested in leading a conversation on a topic in biomolecular visualization education, please contact us.

View the Visualization Conversation archive here.

BioMolViz Workshops

Assessment Writing

BioMolViz hosts annual assessment writing workshops, where participants work in teams to author assessments that probe visual literacy. Each assessment workshop includes a keynote speaker, networking events, and collaboration with a fantastic community of educators. As of summer 2022, both in-person and online options are available.

Workshop information page

Modeling Program Training (iCn3D, Jmol, PyMOL, UCSF Chimera)

Wanting to learn a new program for molecular modeling? BioMolViz offers online two day program training workshops in iCn3D, PyMOL, or ChimeraX. Contract us (info@biomolviz.org) to lead a dedicated workshop for your college or university, or join us for RCN-UBE-sponsored workshops, which are free and open to the biomolecular visualization community. Upcoming workshops will be announced here, and through our newsletter.

BioMolViz 2022 Workshop and VR Training at Suffolk University, Boston, MA

Past workshops

2022
In-person BioMolViz assessment workshop & Nanome virtual reality training
June 2022, Suffolk University, Boston, MA
Nanone VR Training led by Drs. Melanie Berkmen and Celeste Peterson

Online BioMolViz assessment workshop: June 2022

2020–2021 (Online)
Winter Assessment Workshops – December 2020 & January 2021
Summer Assessment Collabs – May & June 2021

2019
Univ of Delaware; January
Univ of the Incarnate Word (ASBMB Education Symposium)

2018
Georgia Institute of Technology; January
Washington Univ in St. Louis; February
Morgan State Univ; March
Univ of San Diego; April

2017
Univ of Tampa (ASBMB Education Symposium)