26-28 May, 2021

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the European Chemical Biology Symposium (ECBS) 2021, which is jointly organised by EU-OPENSCREEN and the EuChemS Division of Chemistry for Life Sciences. The ECBS 2021 brings together scientists from Europe and overseas to present and discuss their latest achievements in cutting edge chemical sciences, ranging from small molecule targeting nucleic acids, targeted protein degradation via PROTACs or molecular glues, artificial intelligence in drug design, new antiviral therapies, natural products, protein aggregation, glycochemistry & -biology and nanostructured material for biology and medicine.

We encourage young researchers to present their work at the meeting (oral & flash presentations will be selected from submitted abstracts), discuss with the speakers and embrace the exciting developments currently happening in chemical biology.

This meeting builds on the success of the ECBS2019 meeting in Madrid, which was also organised by EU-OPENSCREEN and the EuChemS Division of Chemistry for Life Sciences.

Also, a satellite meeting for young investigators will be held in Vienna from May 24-25th, 2021.

We are looking forward to e-meeting you soon,
Prof. Francesco Peri, EuChemS Division of Chemistry in Life Sciences Division
Dr. Wolfgang Fecke, EU-OPENSCREEN ERIC

For questions please contact: ecbs2021@eu-openscreen.eu

Confirmed Speakers

CANADA (CA):

Giuseppe Melacini, McMaster University

GERMANY (DE):

Mark Brönstrup, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research

Christoph Rademacher, Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung

Herbert Waldmann, Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Physiology

ISRAEL (IL):

Laura Steindler, University of Haifa

ITALY (IT):

Angelo Fontana, Instituto di Chimica Biomolecolare

PORTUGAL (PT):

Maria Joao Ramos, University of Porto

UNITED KINGDOM (UK):

M. Di Antonio, Imperial College London

Andreas Bender, University of Cambridge

Alessio Ciulli, University of Dundee


EU-OPENSCREEN
EuChems, Division of Chemistry in Life Sciences

Stay tuned - more information will be available soon!