Chemical Biology Symposium

21 May 2018 09:30-18:00, London, United Kingdom


Introduction
This symposium will showcase the state of the art in chemical biology, bringing together the wider community with leading national and international experts in the field. The programme will explore all aspects of chemical biology and highlight the wider scope and impact of the field. Additional aims of the event are to stimulate research collaboration, networking and engagement within the chemical biology community, as well as with those in related disciplines.
 
This event will include a poster session, providing an opportunity for early career researchers to share and discuss their recent research advances and to network with others delegates. Abstracts are welcomed from PhD students who are in their final year of study (at the time of submission), postdoctoral researchers and early career academics.

Poster winners

Congratulations to our poster winner:
P24 - Jack Hardwick

and the runners up:
P26 - Florence Downs
P28 - Thomas Lanyon-Hogg
 

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Abstract Submission
Submit your poster abstract by 12 March 2018. Posters are displayed throughout the meeting.

As before, you will be asked to enter the abstract title and all author names on the first page, however the second page will now ask you to paste the text of your abstract into a text box. You will also have the opportunity to upload images in JPEG format and to add references. There is an overall limit of 500 words per abstract. The third page will show you a preview of your completed abstract before you submit it.

If you have any questions about the submission process, please contact the Royal Society of Chemistry events department.
Registration
 
Early Bird Standard
RSC Member             £60             £70
Non-member             £70             £80
RSC Student Member             £40             £50
Student Non-member             £50             £60

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Bursaries
We have two types of grants available to Royal Society of Chemistry members in the Associate category or above to attend this meeting:
  • A limited number of non-competitive travel grants of up to £200 are available for PhD students and early career scientists. These are assigned on a first come, first served basis. 
  • Competitive grants of up to £800 are available to assist with international travel expenses for PhD students, postdocs within 10 years of completing their PhD and early career scientists (including technicians and industrialists) within 10 years of leaving full time education. In addition, applicants must have held any form of RSC membership for at least a year prior to application. 
To take advantage of these grants and many other benefits, become a member. Follow the link on the right hand side to find out more and join today!
 
Applications for either grant should be submitted as early as possible, but at least 8 weeks in advance of the start of the meeting. Please see respective terms & conditions for full eligibility information.
Programme
09:30 Registration and refreshments
10:15 Welcome and Introductions
Professor Ali Tavassoli - Chair of Scientific Committee
University of Southampton, UK
10:25 Session One Introduction
Ulrike Eggert
King’s College London, UK
10:30 De novo protein design
Bill DeGrado,
University of California, United States
11:15 Quantitative chemical imaging in Immune cells
Yamuna Krishnan
University of Chicago, United States
12:00 Poster session and lunch
13:30 Session Two Introduction
Mark Bradley
University of Edinburgh, UK
13:35 Chemical biology tools for protein phosphatase-1
Maja Köhn
University of Freiburg, Germany
14:20 Discovering novel carbohydrate-active enzymes
Bernard Henrissat
Aix-Marseille University, France
(kindly sponsored by Carbohydrate Research)
15:05 Posters and refreshments
16:30 Session Three Introduction
Anna Peacock
University of Birmingham, UK
16:35 Novel small molecule-based fluorescent probes for rapid tumor imaging and fast glutathione dynamics
Yasuteru Urano
University of Tokyo, Japan
17:20 Designing Biology for Health and Sustainability
Pam Silver
Harvard Medical School, United States
18:00 Closing remarks
Rob Field - President of the Chemistry Biology Interface Division
John Innes Centre, UK
18:10 Drinks reception
19:00 Close of sessions

Venue
The Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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