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PhysChem FORUM 18

Introduction

The 18th PhysChem forum is announced. The meeting, "Medicines of tomorrow: new therapeutic modalities" will be hosted by Sanofi at their Frankfurt site in Germany on 23rd and 24th May 2019. The discussions will centre around new opportunities in the treatment of diseases with especially challenging drug-gable biological targets, using non-classical molecules outside the usual "rule of five" chemical space. The meeting will start around 6pm on the 23rd and conclude around 5pm on the 24th. The plenary lecture will be delivered by Dr Leonardo De Maria (AstraZeneca, Gothenburg) and will be followed by dinner at the Lindner Congress Hotel. PhysChem Forum's meetings are free to attend and delegates are not charged for registration, however delegates will have to pay their own expenses including dinner at the plenary lecture (if they wish to attend), travel, and accommodation.

Posters

All posters are welcome, A1 portrait is the appropriate size. Please indicate on the registration form if you wish to bring a poster. A prize will be awarded to the best poster as decided by the committee.

Registration

Registration is now open! Please fill in the registration form and send it to GlobalPCF@sanofi.com.

Accommodation

Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. We have negotiated preferential room rates for those wishing to book accommodation at the designated conference hotel, the Lindner Congress Hotel, Bolongarostr. 100, 65929, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. We have a reservation for 40 rooms for a rate of €115 until 28th March 2019. The reserved rooms can be booked using the keyword PCF 2019. Alternative hotels include the Dorint Main Taunus Zentrum Frankfurt/Sulzbach and the Mecure Hotel and Residenz.

Travel to the Symposium

Frankfurt has an international airport and a good train station. The address for the Sanofi site is Industriepark Höchst, Bldg. H831, 65926 Frankfurt am Main, Germany google map link and official site map.

Thursday 23th May 2019

At the Hotel Lindner, Frankfurt

18.00 - 18.30

Drinks reception and late registration

18.30 - 19.30

Scaffold selection for protein-protein interaction inhibition: are there any general principles?
Leonardo De Maria (AstraZeneca, Gothenburg)

19.30 - 22.00

Symposium dinner

Friday 24th May 2019

At the Sanofi site - Industriepark Höchst, Bldg. H831, 65926 Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Google map link and official site map.

8.30 - 9.00

Late registration and poster set-up

9.00 - 9.10

Welcome

9.10 - 9.50

Experimental and computational physchem descriptors in the bRo5 chemical space
Prof Giulia Caron (University of Turin, Italy)

9.50 - 10.30

Next generation permeability assay
Bernard Faller (Novartis)

10.30 - 11.00

Coffee break and poster viewing

11.00 - 11.40

Oral delivery of Peptides: Mechanism of absorption of a derivatized glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist
Stephen Buckley (NovoNordisk)

11.40 - 12.20

Quantitative MS to measure intra-cellular concentration (Protacs, peptides and ASOS)
Elisabetta Chiarparin (AstraZeneca)

12.20 - 12.40

Flash poster session (poster authors introduce their posters, no more than 2 minutes each)

12.40 - 13.40

Lunch and poster viewing

13.40 - 14.20

Optimisation of physico-chemical properties towards specific formulation requirements
Andreas Evers (Sanofi)

14.20 - 15.00

TBA
TBA

15.00 - 15.30

Poster prize award, coffee, poster viewing

15.30 - 16.10

PROTAC permeability - challenges around in-vitro measurement and IVIV disconnect
Linette Ruston (AstraZeneca)

16.10 - 16.50

Using transfer and multi-task learning to predict physico-chemical properties for peptides
Igor Tetko (German Research Center for environmental health. Munchen, Germany)

16.50 - 17.00

Wrap-up and depart


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Last modified: 21st February 2019