The 2022 Naples Workshop on Bioactive Peptides once again brings together leading scientists from academia and pharma and biotech industries to present most advanced studies in peptide science.
After the first edition in 1988, the 2022 workshop, 32 years from the beginning, will be the 17th edition of this internationally well-known meeting and is entitled to “Emerging peptide Science in 2022”.
The workshop is scheduled on June 16th – 18th 2022 and will be held in Napoli (Italy) at the Centro Congressi of University of Naples “Federico II”.
In the extraordinary scenery of the gulf of Naples we will share all the latest developments and future directions of peptide science and relevant applications of peptides in life-science.
Colleagues and top scientists from all around the world will present their latest results on innovative areas of peptide research.
The warm hospitality, the outstanding food and wine and the beauty of Pompei, Ercolano, Capri, and the Amalfi coast will certainly make your stay unforgettable.
The workshop starts in the morning of Thursday July 16th; six sessions with plenary lectures, key notes and oral presentations and two poster sessions are scheduled.
A session is scheduled to give the opportunity to companies developing peptide therapeutics and related technologies to present their perspectives on the current and future strategies; while another session will be dedicated to contributes from young scientists.
Structure-activity relationship studies have always been a key feature and the most relevant aim of the various editions of the Naples Workshop, gathering peptide chemists interested in improving the biological properties of native peptides and convert them into more drug-like compounds.
The focus of the 17th edition of the workshop foresees the emerging and challenging developments of peptides in many fields such as Chemical Biology, Immunology, Antimicrobial Activity, Diagnostic and therapeutic applications, Peptide mimetics, Chemical Ligation and Bioconjugation, Folding and Aggregation.
Contributions concerning experimental and theoretical aspects in these topics are encouraged. The meeting is held under the auspices and the sponsorship of The European Peptide Society, the Italian Peptide Society, and the National Research Council of Italy (CNR).
Giancarlo Morelli, Paolo Grieco, Michele Saviano, Menotti Ruvo
Chairmen of Workshop