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Other events sponsored by GFPP

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Year Meeting title City
2022 7th International Symposium on Antimicrobial Peptides – AMP2022 Paris
2022 Ecole thématique du GDR MuFoPAM PAMOMICS Roscoff
2022 MBP 2022.  International Conference on Metal-Binding Peptides: Methodologies and Applications Nancy
2021 2nd PEPPERSchool Virtual event
2018 Pepperschool Carry-Le-Rouet
2016 Ecole thématique GDR MuFoPam Beg Meil
2015 Symposium Foldamères Bordeaux
2013 Paris Foldamers 2013 Symposium (COST Action CM0803) Paris
2012 Bordeaux 2012 Symposium on Foldamers (COST Action CM0803) Bordeaux
2010 Congrès international d’endocrinologie Rouen

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      Past GFPP meetings

      Year City GFPP meeting number
      2023 Fournols 23
      2022 Port-Leucate

      22e GFPP / BPGM5, French-Belgian joint meeting

      2019 Amboise 21st
      2017 Arcachon 20th
      2015 Portbail 19th
      2013 Sète 18
      2011 Aussois 17
      2009 Albé 16
      2007 Dinard 15
      2005 Aussois 14
      2003 Biarritz 13
      2002 Aussois 12
      1999 Aussois 11
      1997 Montpellier 10: Fourth Forum on Peptides and Proteins
      1995 Aussois 9
      1993 Biarritz 8: Third Forum on Peptides
      1991 Aussois 7
      1988 Nancy 6: Second Forum on Peptides
      1986 Le Touquet 5
      1984 Montpellier 4: First Forum on Peptides
      1982 Chamerolles 3
      1980 Toulon 2
      1978 Pont-à-Mousson 1

       

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        Our Sponsors

        Organizing & Scientific committees

        Organizing Committee

        Sonia Cantel

        Dr Sonia Cantel
        Institut des Biomolécules Max Mousseron
        IBMM, UMR 5247, Montpellier – France

        Steven Ballet
        Organic Chemistry Research Group
        OCRG, Vrije Universiteit, Brussel – Belgium

        Nicolas Inguimbert
        CRIOBE
        USR 3278, Perpignan – France

        Annemieke Madder
        Department of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
        Universiteit Gent, Gent – Belgium

        Scientific Committee

        Vincent Aucagne
        Centre de Biophysique Moléculaire (CBM, UPR 4301) Orléans

        Steven Ballet
        Organic Chemistry Research Group (OCRG, Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Brussel

        Frédéric Bihel
        Laboratoire d’innovation thérapeutique (UMR7200) Strasbourg

        Sonia Cantel
        Institut des Biomolécules Max Mousseron (IBMM, UMR 5247) Montpellier

        Florine Cavelier
        Institut des Biomolécules Max Mousseron (IBMM, UMR 5247) Montpellier

        Grégory Chaume
        Laboratoire de Chimie Biologique (LCB, EA 4505) Cergy-Pontoise

        Sophie Faure
        Institut de Chimie de Clermont-Ferrand (ICCF, UMR 6296) Clermond-Ferrand

        Elisabeth Garanger
        Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymères Organiques (LCPO, UMR 5629) Bordeaux

        Matthieu Giraud
        CordenPharma International, Switzerland

        Nicolas Inguimbert
        Centre de Recherche et Observatoire de l’Environnement (CRIOBE, USR 3278) Perpignan

        Olivier Lequin
        Laboratoire des Biomolécules (UMR 7203, Paris)

        Annemieke Madder
        Department of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry, Universiteit Gent, Gent

        Françoise Ochsenbein
        CEA Saclay (IBITEC-S/SB2SM/LBSR) Gif sur Yvette

        Isabelle Segalas-Milazzo
        COBRA (UMR 6014), Rouen

        Olivier Sénèque
        Laboratoire de Chimie et Biologie des Métaux (UMR 5249, CEA) Grenoble

        Dirk Tourwé
        Organic Chemistry Research Group (OCRG, Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Brussel

        Compliance leader, Corden Pharma Brussels

        The Compliance Leader will be working as part of the Corden Pharma Brussels Quality Assurance Department and ensure that the products are manufactured, stored and packaged in accordance with cGMP regulation. The Compliance Leader will be working as part of the Quality Unit on site ensuring products are manufactured, stored and packaged in accordance with the cGMP. Under the direction of the Head of Quality, he/she will be in charge to improve continuously the Quality system regarding the cGMP requirements. He/She will be a QA support in case of quality issues and problem solving techniques to assure the successful outcomes of company and external Health Authority. He/She will be in direct contact with our customer in case of qualification audit, QA complaint issues and other quality topics. The Compliance Leader is reporting to the Head of Quality.

        1561112606-Compliance-Leader-2019.pdf

        MedChem 2019 – Peptide Drug Discovery: a Niche Area ?

        November 22, 2019 | Brussels, Belgium

        The objective of the event is to discuss the multifaceted therapeutic potential of peptides. Topics such as peptidomimetics and macrocycles, protein-protein interactions, peptide shuttles, chemical ligation and main aspects of peptide synthesis will be tackled.

        The confirmed speakers are:

        Linkers for Peptide Conjugation
        Prof. Fernando Albericio, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
        Synthetic Immune System Engagers – a Peptide-based Approach to Immune-oncology
        Prof. Christian Becker, University of Vienna, Austria
        From Structure to Function: Peptide Recognition at G Protein-coupled Receptors
        Dr Anette Kaiser, University of Leipzig, Germany
        Macrocyclization as an Enabling Tool Toward Novel Peptide Drug Candidates
        Prof. Eric Marsault, University of Sherbrooke, Canada
        Targeting Receptor Complexes: A New Dimension in Drug Discovery
        Prof. Kristian Strømgaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
        Gate2Brain, Opening the Gate to CNS Therapies
        Dr Meritxell Teixido, Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Spain

        All participants are invited to submit abstracts for scientific communications. Out of the submitted proposals, 3 Oral Communications will be selected. The other accepted abstracts will get the opportunity to be presented as Posters.

        Submission deadline: October 10, 2019

        More information is available on www.medchem.be

        Lei LIU

        Department of Chemistry Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

         « Title to be announced »

        Website

        Closing lecture

        Please find below the finalized speaker list, after a couple of last minute changes.

        Alesia TIETZE

        Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden

         « Chemical synthesis of membrane-associated peptides: studies on influenza virus B protein BM2 »

        Website

        Biography and abstract

        Birgit WILTSCHI

        Synthetic Biology Group, ACIB – Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology, Graz , Austria

        « Engineering of proteins with non-canonical amino acids in industrial biotechnology »

        Website

        Biography and abstract

         

         

         

         

        Prof. Daniel N. WILSON

        Institute for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Hamburg  ―  Germany. “Proline-rich antimicrobial peptides targeting protein synthesis” (Abstract) Website

        Mimoun AYOUB

        Bord member
        MImoun AyoubBruehlfeldweg 14 – 8112 Otelfingen, Switzerland
        Phone: +41 79 937 5302
        email

        Welcome

        We are pleased to announce that the next meeting of the French Peptides and Proteins Group will be held in Amboise (Région Centre-Val-de-Loire), from Sunday 12th to Thursday 16th May 2019, in the beautiful and historic Loire valley area.

        Note that 2019 will be the 41th anniversary of the creation of the GFPP and also the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo Da Vinci, who spent his last years in Amboise, in the Chateau du Clos-Lucé, located a few kilometers away from the conference center.

        We have gathered a rich program of plenary speakers, spanning cutting-edge themes in the peptide and protein science field.

        A large part of the program will be dedicated to oral communications from young scientists. As usual, around 20 grants will be attributed to young investigators to cover their registration fees.

        The official language of the congress is English. For any enquiry, please contact us.

        Looking forward to seeing you in Amboise !

        The GFPP board members

        How to get to Amboise

        • The 21th GFPP meeting will be held at the Villa Bellagio resort, located 3 km away from the town center.
        • By car: Motorway A10 then D31 (19 km) /  motorway A85 then D31 (15 km).
        • OpenStreetMap link
        • GPS: 47.3918,1.0066
        • By plane: Paris airports then train.
        • The Amboise train station is well deserved including frequent connexions from Tours TGV station and direct trains from Paris (https://en.oui.sncf/en/) .
        Bus shuttles are scheduled for the trains arriving at Amboise at 17h21 and 17h38 on Sunday, and for those departing at 13h46, 13h55 and 14h23 on Thursday, so please book your tickets in accordance. Important notice: the SNCF website does not propose all the possible combinations of trains, and it can be necessary to do two separate searches:  (1) your town -> Paris then (2) Paris-> Amboise.

        Taxi companies in Amboise

        • Allo Taxi Olivier Jovenin 56 place Michel Debré – 37400 Amboise Tél. : 06 07 19 08 13 ou 02 47 57 13 53 taxis-jovenin@orange.fr
        • Taxi Bordier Amboise 44 bis rue de Bel Air – 37400 Amboise Tél. : 06 74 54 55 89 ou 02 47 57 30 39
        • Taxi Éric Jovenin 4 allée Pont Moulin – 37400 Amboise Tél. : 06 88 02 44 10
        • Taxi Roxane 3 Domaine de l’Aumonerie – 37130 Saint-Michel-sur-Loire Tél. : 06 25 37 92 97 ou 02 47 96 75 75 taxi.roxane@orange.fr
        • Taxi Vinci 12 avenue de la Verrerie – 37400 Amboise Tél. : 06 14 44 12 09 taxi.vinci@live.fr
        • Taxis Magog 71 rue de Chenonceaux – 37270 Saint-Martin-le-Beau Tél. : 06 15 75 08 48
        • Taxi Jouannot 15 allée Aung San Suu Kyi – 37400 Amboise Tél. : 02 47 57 68 36 ou 06 08 54 24 34

        Registration to the 21st GFPP

        Registrations are now closed

        Key Dates:

        1st November 2018 : opening of registration and abstract submission

        18th January 2019 : deadline for oral communications submissions and young researchers bursary applications.

        1st March 2019 : end of early bird fees for registration.

        15th March 2019 : deadline for poster communication abstract submission. 1st April 2019 : end of registration.

        12th May 2019, 6:30 pm : official opening of the congress

        Registration fees includes :

        •Access to all scientific sessions • Abstract book • Full board accomodation (lodging, breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee breaks) at the Villa Bellagio resort in Amboise • Excursions on Tuesday afternoon
        • Welcome reception and gala dinner

        Note that the above-mentionned fees apply for twin room accomodation (academic or private company delegates) or triple rooms (students/postdoc). A single room option will be available (not applicable for students/postdocs) at a supplementary cost of 150 € for academic delegate and of 130 € for private company delegate.

        Registration Form




          ex: UMR7200, U62, etc








          Recipient : GROUPE FRANCAIS DES PEPTIDES ET DES PROTEINES
          Bank : SOCIETE GENERALE PARIS HALLE AUX VINS
          IBAN : FR76 3000 3036 0000 0505 1595 563
          BIC : SOGEFRPP
          Reason for payment : Registration to the 21st GFPP

          If you additionally need a RIB, please contact us at gfpp21@cnrs-orleans.fr


          Bus shuttles are scheduled for the trains arriving at Amboise at 17h21 and 17h38 on Sunday, and for those departing at 13h46, 13h55 and 14h23 on Thursday, so please book your tickets in accordance.

          Important notice: the SNCF website does not propose all the possible combinations of trains, and it can be necessary to do two separate searches, for example (1) your town -> Paris then (2) Paris-> Amboise.


          On tuesday afternoon, several excursions may be proposed, depending on the weather and the number of participants. Among this list, select those you may be interested :
          No excursionCanoé/kayak on the LoireVisit of 2 cellars and wine tastingVisit of the Château de ChenonceauInternational Garden Festival at the château de Chaumont sur Loire


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