29th International Carbohydrate Symposium

  • Author/Organiser: Amélia Pilar Rauter
  • Event Website: http://ics2018.eventos.chemistry.pt/
  • Event Date: 14 July 2018 to 19 July 2018
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Lisbon, Portugal
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The event covers carbohydrate chemistry and analysis, carbohydrate structure and function, carbohydrates in medicinal chemistry, chemical biology, natural products, computational sciences, and emerging areas of glycosciences.


Contributions are expected in a diversity of topics, including glycosciences and personalized medicine, glycans, inflammation and disease, glycosylation and disease, vaccines, prebiotics, gut microbiota, carbohydrates and nutrition, carbohydrates and cosmetics, polysaccharide biotechnology, glycoinformatics, and carbohydrates in the bio-based economy with an emphasis, e.g., on glycomaterials and lignocellulosic biomass valorization.


Selected Speakers

  • David Crich, Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University, Michigan, USA
    Saccharides, Pseudosaccharides and their Mimetics
  • Jesús Jiménez-Barbero, CIC bioGUNE, Spain
    Breaking the limits in investigating Glycan-Protein Interactions by using NMR
  • Tamao Endo, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology, Japan
    Processing of O-mannosyl glycan and its pathological role in muscular dystrophy
  • Beat Ernst, Emeritus, Institut für Molekulare Pharmazie, Univ. of Basel, Switzerland
    Carbohydrate-Lectin Interactions-What makes them unique?
  • Ten Feizi, Imperial College London, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medicine, UK
    Beam search arrays for O-glycan ligand discovery
  • Robert Field, John Innes Centre-Department of Biological Chemistry, United Kingdom
    Glycoscience and the algae
  • Zhongwu Guo, Univ. of Florida, Department of Chemistry, USA
    Synthetic and Biological Studies of GPI Anchors and GPI-Anchored Proteins
  • Anne Imberty, Centre de Recherches sur les MAcromolécules Végétales (CERMAV), France
    Exploring fungal and bacterial lectome: 1000 ways to bind your sugars
  • Yasuhiro Kajihara, Osaka University, Department of Chemistry, Japan
    N-glycans on proteins
  • Paul Kosma, Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, Division of Organic Chemistry, Austria
    Bacterial higher-carbon sugars-key compounds in immune recognition
  • Thisbe K. Lindhorst, Christiana Albertina Univ. of Kiel,Otto Diels Institute of Organic Chemistry, Germany
    Optoglycomics: Photoswitchable Glycoconjugates to Explore Carbohydrate Recognition
  • Todd Lowary, Canadian Glycomic Network (GlycoNet), Univ. of Alberta, Canada
    Synthesis as an enabling technology for understanding bacterial glycan biosynthesis and function
  • John Magnani, GlycoMimetics, Inc., USA
    Three different glycomimetic drugs in clinical trials for inflammatory disorders and cancer
  • Gijs van der Marel, Univ. Leiden, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, The Netherlands
    On phosphates and sugars
  • Cristina Nativ, Univ. Degli Studi Firenze, Dipartimento di Chimica 'Ugo Schiff's, Italy
    Constrained glycomimetics of mucin antigens
  • Nicola Pohl, Joan and Marvin Carmack Chair, Indiana University Bloomington, Department of Chemistry, EUS
    Challenges of machine-assisted carbohydrate synthesis and analysis
  • Pauline Rudd, National Institute for Bioprocessing, Research and Training and University College, Dublin
    Deciphering the Glycoproteome: a step towards understanding the complexity of biological systems
  • Peter Seeberger, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany
    Synthetic carbohydrate materials
  • Matthieu Sollogoub, Institut Parisien de Chimie Moléculaire, Sorbonne Universités, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie Paris 6, France
    Taylor-made cyclodextrins for bio-inspired applications
  • David Vocadlo, Department of Chemistry, Simon Fraser University, Canada
    Chemical Biology Tools to Perceive and Perturb Glycans and Carbohydrate Processing Enzymes in Living Systems
  • Bruce Turnbull, School of Chemistry-Univ. of Leeds, UK
    Re-engineering bacterial toxin lectins for synthetic glycobiology
  • Biao Yu, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, China
    Total Synthesis of Pregnane Glycosides to Decipher Their Biological Activities

 

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