This full day symposium builds on the successful inaugural symposium in 2018. Jointly organised by the Danish Society for Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology and the Center for Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Copenhagen, the meeting features and  takes place in Haderup Auditorium 4, Panum Institute, Blegdamsvej 3B, 2100 Copenhagen.
Attendance fees:
Student/Postdoc       200 DKK
Academic/Industry    500 DKK
Symposium dinner  +600 DKK




09:30-10:00  Registration and coffee

10:00-10:15  Welcome

10:15-11:00  Christa Muller – University of Bonn –Modulators of   purinergic signaling targeting inflammation and cancer

11:00-11:45  Christopher Schofield - University of Oxford –  Oxygenase Catalysed Protein modifications

11:45-12:30  Lunch

12:30-13:15  Amanda Hargrove – Duke University -Modulating the   conformation and function of disease-relevant RNAs with small molecules

13:15-14:00  Petrine Wellendorph and Bente Frølund,   University of Copenhagen – From GHB to first-inclass Ca M                                  kinase modulators

14:00-14.30  BREAK

14:30-15:15  Sanne Glad - Amgen Research Copenhagen- Hit   identification and medicinal chemistry optimisation using DNA-  encoded library (DEL) technologies

15:15-16:00  Ed Tate – Imperial College London Chemical biology and   drug discovery targeting post-translational modifications

16.00-16.20  BREAK

16:20-17:20  Morten Meldal – University of Copenhagen – click   and peptide chemistry

17:20-18:20  Poster session and drinks

18:30-21:00  Dinner














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