Deadline for submitting an abstract for oral communication ended on November 18th, 2019, and the oral communication selection process is now over (see the selected oral communications at the bottom of the page).
Deadline for submitting an abstract for poster communication has been postponed to January 17th, 2020
Please upload your abstract during the registration or send it before the deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we do not print the posters, but racks & pins will be provided for up to A0 sizes, portrait format.
Download here the template for poster presentation.
List of the oral communications selected from the submitted abstracts:
|Dr Elisabeth Garanger||University of Bordeaux||France||Expanding the toolbox of chemoselective modifications of protein-like polymers at methionyl residues|
|Dr Gosuke Hayashi||Nagoya University||Japan||Chemical synthesis of histone proteins through novel ligation strategies|
|Dr Samir Messaoudi||Paris-Sud University||France||Synthesis of aryl-thioglycopeptides through chemoselective Pd-mediated conjugation|
|Dr Pierre Milbeo||Trinity College of Dublin||Ireland||Development of Novel Thiol-ene Mediated Peptide Ligation Strategies|
|Dr Elisabetta Mileo||Aix-marseille University||France||Nitroxide-based spin tags coupled to EPR spectroscopy: investigation of protein structural dynamics in vitro and inside cells|
|Dr Laia Miret Casals||Ghent University||Belgium||Furan crosslink technology: from in vitro analysis of peptide-protein interactions to GPCR-ligand interactions on live cells|
|Dr Somnath Mukherjee||University of Vienna||Austria||Impact of site-specific non-enzymatic posttranslational modification on the structure-activity attributes of human Hsp27|
|Dr Kevin Neumann||ETH Zurich||Switzerland||Cyanosulfurylide as a protecting group for carboxylic acid during peptide synthesis|
|Dr Marina Rubini||University College Dublin||Ireland||Semisynthetic approaches for studying post-translational modifications|
|Mrs Rebecca Schäfer||ETH Zurich||Switzerland||The Bioorthogonal Isonitrile-Chlorooxime Ligation|
|Mr Ruben Tomás||University of Warwick||UK||Controlling Synthetic Polymer Ligation to Metabolically Labelled Cellular Interfaces to Introduce Non-native Functionality.|
|Prof Ping Wang||Shanghai Jiao Tong University||China||Histidine-Specific Peptide Modification via Visible-Light-Promoted C-H Alkylation|