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Regarding the worldwide situation about the COVID-19, we are sorry to announce that the 22e GFPP / BPGM5 will be postponed.

 

On behalf of the French Group of Peptides and Proteins (GFPP) and Belgian Peptide Group Meeting (BPGM), we have the great pleasure to invite you to the “Joint Meeting on Peptides and Proteins GFPP22 & BPGM5” organized by the French and Belgian Peptide and Protein Societies from March, 28th to April 2nd 2021.

This event will be held at the Tarbesou Center, Ax 3 Domaines, France. In the heart of the “Pyrénées Ariégeoises” and at an altitude of 1400 m, the Tarbesou Center overlooks the valley of Ax-les-Thermes and offers a panoramic view of the Ariège and the Pyrenees chain. Andorra is 30 km away and Ax-les-Thermes only 7 km.

In line with a long-standing tradition, this meeting is expected to be a great success with approximately 230 participants, bringing together for the first time the Belgian and French communities in the field.

Details of this meeting (scientific program, registration fees, accommodation, etc.) will be soon available on our website.

As a sponsor, you will have the opportunity to display your company’s contribution in the fields of peptides & proteins, reach out to key academic leaders and industrial researchers, enhance your company’s visibility and exhibit your marketing and promotional materials.

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

You will appreciate the possibility to participate actively at your convenience through additional actions that will make you even more present in this exciting meeting.

If your company cannot not be represented at the meeting, there is still the opportunity to enclose promotional material into participant packages.

For any enquiry, please contact us here.

Looking forward to seeing you in Ax !

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    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.

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    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

    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