Hot Topics: Targeting RNA 2023
Hot Topics: Targeting RNA
Thursday 30th November, 2023 (afternoon)
Important links and downloads
Twitter hashtag – #HotTopicsRNA23
First announcement poster – click here to download
Second announcement poster – click here to download
Twitter X Promotional file – click here to download
The BMCS Hot Topics online meetings are intended to highlight breaking areas of research in fields of science relevant to drug discovery. They will run as stand-alone half-day virtual events, 2-3 times per year. The programme will be targeted towards researchers working in academia or industry who would like to enhance their understanding of these nascent or developing fields. The inaugural meeting will cover relevant methods and modes of targeting RNA in drug discovery and will focus on how small molecules can accomplish this, including RNA binding and degradation, splicing modulation, and enzymes modifying RNA. There will be presentations from leading academics and industry.
Registration is now live – please click here to register
RSC Member* £35
RSC Student** Member* £25
Student** Non-Member £40
* Member is a paid-up member of the RSC
** Student rates apply to undergraduate and post-graduate students only, but not post-doctoral students.
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The organising committee are seeking sponsorship from organisations supporting the low registration fees offered to students. If you would like to sponsor the upcoming meeting then please click here.
|Chair: Sharan Bagal, AstraZeneca, UK|
|13:00||Design of multifunctional conjugates for the targeting of non-coding RNAs: anticancer and antimicrobial applications
Maria Duca, Université Côte d’Azur – CNRS, France
|13:45||Targeting RNA Modifying Enzymes: Successes, Challenges and Lessons Learned
Elliott Bayle, Storm Therapeutics, UK
|14:30||Controlling gene expression with light: photoswitches for mRNA splicing
Olalla Vázquez, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany
|14:55||Drugging mRNA with small molecules: recent progress at Arrakis
Lee Roberts, Arrakis Therapeutics, USA
|15:40||Opportunities and challenges in small molecules targeting RNA - do we need a new tool kit?
Rabia Khan, Serna Bio
|16:10||Design of Bioactive Small Molecules Targeting RNA
Matthew Disney, University of Florida, USA
With thanks to our sponsors for the meeting
Adrian Hall, UCB
Daniel O Donovan, AstraZeneca
Chris Swain, Cambridge MedChem Consulting
Jack Washington, RSC
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