On behalf of the organising committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to join in the 35th European Peptide Symposium, 35EPS, on 26-31 August 2018 at the Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. The conference will take place at the Helix, purpose built conference venue associated with the Dublin City University. The Helix is located approximately 5 km north of Dublin city centre short distance away from the Dublin International Airport. The scientific sessions, Continue reading →
The Boulder Peptide Symposium seeks to bring together key decision leaders from both industry and academia to discuss the future of peptide therapeutics. Peptide therapeutics are potent and highly selective yet their development into effective treatments can be challenged by limited delivery routes, product stability, manufacturing challenges and an evolving regulatory landscape. BPS is the key forum where these challenges will be identified, discussed, and one day—addressed.
A Two-Day Intensive Course with the Emphasis on Formulation and Dosage Form Design Strategies, Analytical Methods and Excipient Choices Course Background and Objectives To provide attendees with a solid understanding of the most common mechanisms of protein degradation; an overview of where pharmaceutical proteins are most likely to be damaged during bioprocessing and storage; the physical basis for the aggregation and solubility behaviour of polypeptides; descriptions of the most important analytical tools needed in formulation Continue reading →
The Peptide Engineering Meeting (PEM) is a triennial international symposium addressing themes relevant to chemists, biologists, and researchers active in the fields of peptide folding and materials science. In particular, concepts such as the structure based design of peptides, peptide-protein interactions, peptide-membrane interactions, bioactive peptides and peptide based materials are emphasized. It also serves as an excellent platform to foster international collaboration. Previous meetings in this series were held in Osaka (Japan, 1997), Naples (Italy, Continue reading →