10th SCI/RSC Kinase Symposium on Inhibitor Design
10th RSC/SCI Kinase Symposium on Inhibitor Design
Tuesday – Wednesday, 9th-10th May, 2023
With more than 70 FDA-approved small molecules, the field of kinase inhibition continues to attract significant investment from the drug discovery and development community. The 10th SCI/RSC symposium on kinases will encompass plenary lectures on emergent topics and case studies of ongoing programmes as well as successful past programmes. A range of topics including new screening approaches, brain penetrant kinase inhibitors, induced protein degradation, allosteric inhibitors and kinase inhibition for immuno-oncology will be covered, along with views and perspectives on the future of kinase inhibitor research.
Who should attend
This event is aimed at all scientists interested in furthering their knowledge of kinases. It will also have wider appeal to members of the drug discovery community eager to understand how enzyme inhibitor programmes are approached and executed across the pharmaceutical industry.
This event will bring together industrial and academic experts representing many of the leading institutions in kinase drug discovery, to discuss a selection of new and emerging topics within the fields of kinase therapeutics for oncology and non-oncology therapies, and foster discussions within the wider industry through networking events such as poster sessions and industrial exhibitions.
Call for presentations
Anyone wishing to present a talk is encouraged to submit a one-page abstract to email@example.com by Friday 30 September 2022 with “Kinase 2023 – lecture abstract” in the subject line. Applicants should indicate whether they would prefer a standard 30-minute or a shorter 15-minute slot.
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Stuart Cameron, Concept Life Sciences
John Cumming, F Hoffmann-La Roche
Ray Finlay, AstraZeneca
John Harris, CJH Consultants
Pascal Savy, Charles River Laboratories
Douglas Williamson, Transition Bio
Secretariat Contact and Further Information
SCI Conference Team