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Chemical Biology meets Drug Discovery - FULLY BOOKED

12 September 2022 09:30 - 13 September 2022 15:30, London, United Kingdom

FULLY BOOKED FOR IN-PERSON AND REMOTE ATTENDANCE. We are looking forward to welcoming all attendees on 12th/13th September!

The "Chemical Biology meets Drug Discovery" meeting aims to connect scientists from academia and industry working on the application of chemical biology tools and techniques to drug discovery in the broadest sense. Located at the Francis Crick Institute, a flagship in biomedical research, the meeting will feature exciting talks, posters and networking sessions unitfying the chemical biology/drug discovery community with applications in biomedicine. In this two-day meeting, we have assembled an exceptional lineup of speakers and hope that you will join us!

The speakers will be attending the event and delivering their presentations in person, unless otherwise stated below. Attendees will have the opportunity to showcase their work through a poster session and selected oral presentations. We are excited to receive your abstracts using the provided template.

We are committed to promote the accessibility of science and will therefore hold the conference in a hybrid format.

This meeting is jointly organised by the Chemical Biology and Bio-Organic group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Francis Crick Institute.

Early-bird registration costs:
£65 for RSC student member, £85 for student non-member
£110 for RSC member, £130 for non-member

Standard registration costs:
£75 for RSC student member, £95 for student non-member
£120 for RSC member, £140 for non-member

Online-only registration costs: £15

For further details contact Dr Ben Schumann (

  • Deborah Rothman MSD, United States
  • Hermen Overkleeft Leiden University, Netherlands
  • James H. Naismith Rosalind Franklin Institute, Oxford University, United Kingdom
  • Yimon Aye École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Sheena Radford University of Leeds, United Kingdom
  • Lingyin Li Stanford University (remote), United States
  • Matthew Disney The Scripps Research Institute (remote), United States
  • Elisabetta Chiarparin AstraZeneca, United Kingdom
  • Angela Russell University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Karinne Poullennec UCB, Belgium
  • Michael Blackman Francis Crick Institute, United Kingdom
  • Jonathan Pettinger GSK, United Kingdom

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Francis Crick Institute

Auditorium and Manby Gallery, Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Rd, London, NW1 1AT, United Kingdom

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