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Programme

INVITED SPEAKERS

Morten Meldal (University of Copenhagen – Denmark)
Emel Adaligil (Genentech – USA)
Baptiste Aussedat (Chemitope Glycopeptide – USA)
Annette Beck-Sickinger (Leipzig University – Germany)
Christian Becker (University of Vienna – Austria)
Miguel Castanho (Universidade de Lisboa – Portugal)
David Craik (University of Queensland – Australia)
Phil Dawson (Scripps Research – USA)
Richard Di Marchi (Indiana University – USA)
Ikuo Fujii (Osaka Metropolitan University – Japan)
Shiroh Futaki (Kyoto University – Japan)
Thimmaiah Govindaraju (Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research – India)
Christian Gruber ( Medical University of Vienna – Germany)
Christian Hackenberger (Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie – Germany)
Wendy Hartsock (Aralez Bio – USA)
Gosuke Hayashi (Nagoya University – Japan)
Akhter Hossain (The Florey, University of Melbourne – Australia)
Mattan Hurevich (Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Israel)
Diana Imhof (Pharmaceutical Institute – Germany)
Knud Jensen (University of Copenhagen – Denmark)
Daniela Kalafatovic (University of Rijeka – Croatia)
Rui Kamada (Hokkaido University – Japan)
Aphrodite Kapurniotu (Technical University of Munich – Germany)
Stephen Kent (University of Chicago – USA)
Beate Koksch (Freie Universitaet Berlin – Germany)
Xuechen Li (University of Hong Kong – Hong Kong)
Yu-Shan Lin (Tufts University – USA)
Ewa Lis (KoliberBio – USA)
William Lubell (Université de Montréal – Canada)
Lara Malins (Australian National University – Australia)
Istvan Mandity (Semmelweis University – Hungary)
Hiroshi Matsui (Cornell Medical College – USA)
Katsumi Matsuzaki (Kyoto University – Japan)
Kevin McDonnel (Bicycle Therapeutics – USA)
Norman Metanis (Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Israel)
Hiroshi Murakami (Nagoya University – Japan)
Ikuhiko Nakase (Osaka Metropolitan University – Japan)
Ines Neundorf (University of Cologne – Germany)
Atsushi Ohta (Chugai Pharmaceutical – Japan)
Nir Qvit (Bar-Ilan University – Israel)
Ronald Raines (Massachusetts Institute of Technology – USA)
Kazuyasu Sakaguchi (Hokkaido University – Japan)
Viji Sarojini (University of Auckland – New Zealand)
Joel Schneider (National Institutes of Health – USA)
Oliver Seitz (Humboldt University Berlin – Germany)
Pernille T. Shelton (Gubra – Denmark)
Roderich Suessmuth (Technische Universität Berlin – Germany)
Hiroaki Suga (University of Tokyo – Japan)
Meritxell Teixido (Gate2Brain – Spain)
Helma Wennemers (ETH – Switzerland)
Derek Woolfson (University of Bristol – United Kingdom)
Shlomo Yitzchaik (Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Israel)

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

Opening Plenary Lecture by Prof. Morten Meldal (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) – Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2022

MORE INFO ABOUT PROGRAMME WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON!

WORKSHOPS

The 37th European Peptide Symposium/14th International Peptide Symposium committee is organizing three parallel workshops at Plesso Didattico Morgagni of the University of Florence on Friday, August 30 and Saturday, August 31 right after the main symposium.

The day-and-a-half workshops will bring together experts and thought leaders in peptide science to share insights, discuss recent advancements, and foster collaborations.

It is a unique opportunity to gain valuable knowledge, exchange ideas, and contribute to the evolving landscape of peptide science.

WORKSHOP TITLES:

  1. Applications of computational AI/ML in peptide research with a roadmap to peptide drug and material development.
  2. Embracing innovation and sustainability in peptide synthesis.
  3. Navigating entrepreneurship and technology transfer in peptide discovery and development (supported in part by EUniWell, Project TTpep: Technology Transfer of Peptides for the Well-being Economy).

Speakers (preliminary list):
Fernando Albericio (South Africa), Elisabetta Bianchi (Italy), Florence Brunel (USA), Phil Dawson (USA), Wendy Hartsock (USA), Helen Hook (UK), Ewa Lis (USA), Istvan Mandity (Hungary), Ines Neundorf (Germany), Steve Kent (USA) and Ved Srivastava (USA).

IN ORDER TO REGISTER TO ONE OF THE ABOVE WORKSHOPS, YOU MUST BE REGISTERED TO THE MAIN SYMPOSIUM.

For more info and details please check on the Registration webpage

CECAM Satellite Workshop
A fourth independent satellite workshop, titled “Peptides in biology and materials: bridging simulation and experimental data” and promoted by CECAM (Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculaire), will also be held in the same venue.
For more details click here.
For registrations: CECAM Workshop Info&Registration