Chemical Tools in Systems Biology III

17 December 2018 09:30-17:15, London, United Kingdom


09.30 Coffee & Registration

09.55 Session I     
Chair: Klaus Rumpel
10.00 Susanne Müller-Knapp   Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany
The impact of Open Science Chemical Probes
10.40 Alessio Ciulli           University of Dundee, UK
Targeted protein degradation with small molecules: How PROTACs work
11.20 Ed Tate                    Imperial College London, UK
Protein lipidation: From biological systems to drug discovery

12.00 Lunch & Posters

13.15 Session II    
Chair: Colin Bedford
13:20  Early Career Scientist, Talk 1
13:35  Early Career Scientist, Talk 2
13.50  Bernhard Küster    Technische Universität München, Germany
Target landscape and signaling networks of kinase inhibitor drugs            
14:30 Sila Ultanir              
The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK
Chemical genetic methods for kinase substrate identification
15.10 Coffee

15:30  Early Career Scientist,
Talk 3
15:45 Julio Saez-Rodriguez       RWTH Aachen, Germany
Network models to dissect the effect of genetic and chemical perturbations in cancer
16:25 Dimitrios Anastasiou        The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK
Unravelling metabolic vulnerabilities of cancer cells by revisiting a drug's mode of action
17:10 Closing Remarks
Klaus Rumpel

Sponsorship & supporting organisations
RSC Chemistry Biology Interface Division
The Royal Society of Chemistry

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

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RSC Biotechnology Group
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