Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Tuesday, 26th June 2018
15:00-18:00  Conference registration
18:00-19:00  Welcome Reception
18:00-19:30  Poster session 1
Wednesday, 27th June 2018
08:30-09:00  Conference registration
09:00-09:10  Symposium welcome
09:10-10:00  [INV.01] Shankar Balasubramanian (Cambridge University, UK) | Chemical biology on the genome
10:00-10:50  [INV.02] Peter B. Dervan (Caltech, USA) | Molecular recognition of DNA: From discovery to oncology
10:50-11:20  Refreshment break
  Poster session 2
11:15-11:20  Exhibitor announcement - Fluorochem
11:20-12:10  [INV.03] Matthew David Disney (The Scripps Research Institute, USA) | Sequence based design of small molecules targeting RNA
12:10-13:00  [INV.04] Matthew Fuchter (Imperial College London, UK) | Targeting transcription for therapy
13.00-14.00  Lunch
14:00-14:30  Poster session 2 (Contd.)
14:30-15:20  [INV.05] Jonathan Ellman (Yale University, USA) | New strategies for inhibition of protein tyrosine phosphatases
15:20-16:10  [INV.06] Maja Köhn (Freiburg University, Germany) | Chemical biology of protein phosphatases
16:10-17:00  [INV.07] Peng Chen (Peking University, China) | Bioorthogonal cleavage reactions in living systems
17:00-17:30  Refreshment break and poster session 2 (Contd.)
17:30-18:00  Reaxys workshop: ChemSearch Challenge
Thursday, 28th June 2018
09:00-09:50  [INV.08] Rudi Fasan (University of Rochester, USA) | Chemoenzymatic and chemobiosynthetic strategies for directing and expediting molecular discovery
09:50-10:40  [INV.09] William L. Jorgensen (Yale University, USA) | Computer-aided discovery of anti-infective and antiproliferative agents
10:40-11:20  Refreshment break
  Poster session 3
11:20-11:40  [O.01] P. Vachal, Merck & Co. (MSD), USA | Enabling chemical biology approaches to drug discovery
11:40-12:30  [INV.10] Xiaoguang Lei (Peking University, China) | Natural product synthesis as a driving force to address the antibiotic resistance crisis
12:30-13:20  [INV.11] Paul A. Wender (Stanford University, USA) | Therapeutic function through synthesis-informed design: Approaches to HIV/AIDS eradication, treating Alzheimer’s disease and cancer immunotherapy
13:20-14:30  Lunch
14:00-14:50  Poster session 3 (Contd.)
14:50-15:10  [O.02] Oliver Thorn-Sesshold, LMU Munich | Photopharmaceuticals for high-spatiotemporal-precision cytoskeleton biology
15:10-16:00  [INV.12] Seth Herzon (Yale University, USA) | Synthetic approaches to the study of gut microbiome-associated colorectal cancer
16:00-16:50  [INV.13] Peter Seeberger (Max-Planck-Institute Golm, Germany) | Glycocconjugate vaccines against bacterial infections based on synthetic glycans
16:50-17:50  Refreshment break
  Poster session 4
18:45-22:45  Conference dinner (Optional Ticketed Event)
Friday, 29th June 2018
08:45-09:35  [INV.14] Ben Davis (Oxford University, UK) | Sugars and proteins
09:35-10:25  [INV.15] Laura L Kiessling (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) | Peering into the Microbial World with Chemistry
10:25-10:45  [O.03] Goncalo Bernardes, Universidade de Lisboa and University of Cambridge | Synthesis of stable and functional antibody conjugates using carbonylacrylic reagents
10:45-11:05  [O.04] Calum McLeod, Charles River | Discovery of GDC-0077: A highly selective inhibitor and degrader of mutant PI3K-alpha
11:05-11:35  Refreshment break and Poster session 4 (Contd.)
11:35-12:25  [INV.16] Ashraf Brik (Technion Haifa, Israel) | Organic chemistry applied to synthetic proteins: The case of ubiquitination and deubiquitination
12:25-12:40  Closing remarks
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