8th NovAliX Conference

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The event had been postponed due to concerns about COVID-19 and will now take place online.


The event aims to to bring together biophysicists and medicinal chemists
, with the synergy between their disciplines being key to deliver better drugs on a shorter timeline.


Online Sessions – attendees will access the full scientific program via a new and dedicated digital platform. Live Q&A will enable interaction with the speakers.
Replay – following the event, the replay of the sessions will be available to all registered participants.
A Virtual Poster Hall will allow all participants to present and discuss their latest results in a chat.
A Virtual Exhibition will take place during the NovAliX Conference and give industry partners the opportunity to showcase products and novelties.


Topics

  • Induced-Proximity Drug Discovery: Selective Protein Degraders, PPI Stabilizers, etc.
  • Covalent Modifications for Drug Discovery
  • Integrative Structural Biology & Biophysics - including Computational Methods and Hybrid Methods
  • Advances in Biophysical Techniques: Single-Molecule Techniques, Label-Free Technologies, Surface-Immobilized Techniques beyond SPR
  • Hot Topics
  • Cryo-EM in Drug Discovery - Accelerating Drug Design of Challenging Targets


Selected Speakers

  • Prof. Michelle ARKIN, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, San Francisco, United States
  • Prof. Brent NANNENGA, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, Tempe, United States
  • Dr Dirksen BUSSIERE, NOVARTIS, Emeryville, United States
  • Prof. Patrick GRIFFIN, THE SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Jupiter, United States
  • Dr Reto HORST, PFIZER, INC., Grotton, United States
  • Prof. Daniel NOMURA, UC BERKELEY, Berkeley, United States
  • Prof. William POMERANTZ, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, Minneapolis, United States
  • Dr Daniel WYSS, MERCK, Kenilworth, United States

 

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