INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROTEINS AND PEPTIDES

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA – Uwe Sleytr, BOKU, Vienna, Austria, S-layer 2D crystal lattice in nanobiotechnology and uncommon Arts during the proteins and peptides international conference 2016. Geneva, west swiss July 22, 2016. Photo GILLES BERTRAND

 

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA – The Alexander Rich Lecture, Jean-Marie Lehn, University Louis Pasteur Strasbourg, France Towards Adaptive Chemistry during the proteins and peptides international conference 2016. Geneva, west swiss July 23, 2016. Photo GILLES BERTRAND

Photographic report during international conference proteins and peptides at the University of Geneva.

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA – Reiko Kuroda, Tokyo University of Science Mechnogenetics: external mechanical force determines chiralty of snail shells formation during the proteins and peptides international conference 2016. Geneva, west swiss July 23, 2016. Photo GILLES BERTRAND

The second international conference Proteins and Peptides, Structure, Function and Biotechnology co-organized by Menicon, MIT and the University of Geneva will be held on  July 22-25, 2016 at the University of Geneva. This international meeting of high scientific caliber will bring together world-leading experts from several disciplines under the broad subject of Peptides and Proteins. and biotechnologies to highlight the latest advances within the field. This enterprise was made possible through the near 20-year long collaboration between Dr. Mouad LAMRANI, former Dean of French Ivy League School of Engineering and current Director of Menicon R&D Innovation Centre in Geneva, and Professor Shuguang ZHANG, director of the Laboratory of Molecular Self-Assembly at CBA, Media Lab at MIT.

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA – The Alexander Rich Lecture, Jean-Marie Lehn, University Louis Pasteur Strasbourg, France Towards Adaptive Chemistry during the proteins and peptides international conference 2016. Geneva, west swiss July 23, 2016. Photo GILLES BERTRAND

Peptides and proteins are at the core of medical and technological advances and their knowledge has led to major discoveries in many fields like vaccination, particularly toward Alzheimer disease, Oncology or drug tolerance. During Proteins and Peptides meeting, world-leading experts from North America, Asia and Europe will present latest findings on proteins structure, protein interaction and identification, and peptides engineering methods.

The Scientific Committee warmly invites you to take part in the 2016, second international conference Proteins and Peptides, Structure, Function and Biotechnology.

 

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA – Reiko Kuroda, Tokyo University of Science Mechnogenetics: external mechanical force determines chiralty of snail shells formation during the proteins and peptides international conference 2016. Geneva, west swiss July 23, 2016. Photo GILLES BERTRAND

 

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA – The Alexander Rich Lecture, Jean-Marie Lehn, University Louis Pasteur Strasbourg, France Towards Adaptive Chemistry during the proteins and peptides international meeting 2016. Geneva, west swiss July 23, 2016. Photo GILLES BERTRAND

 

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA

PROTEINS & PEPTIDES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 GENEVA – The Alexander Rich Lecture, Ada Yonath, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Structure and function of ribosome during the proteins and peptides international meeting 2016. Geneva, west swiss July 23, 2016. Photo GILLES BERTRAND

Speakers and chairs

  • Ada Yonath, Weizmann Institute of Science
  • Jean-Marie Lehn, University Louis Pasteur Strasbourg
  • Robert Langer, MIT
  • Alan Fersht, University of Cambridge
  • Tom Blundell, University of Cambridge
  • David Lane, University of Oxford
  • Daniela Rhodes, MRC-LMB & Nanyang Tech University
  • Sture Forsén, Lund University
  • Astrid Gräslund, Stockholm University
  • Anders Liljas, Lund University
  • Maria Masucci, Karolinska Institute
  • Ingemar Ernberg, Karolinska Institute
  • Uwe Sleytr, Univ. of Natural Resources & Life Sci., Vienna
  • Reiko Kuroda, Tokyo University of Science
  • Martin Egli, Vanderbilt University
  • Joseph Jacobson, MIT Media Lab
  • Ed Boyden, MIT Media Lab
  • Nathan Nelson, Tel Aviv University
  • Ehud Gazit, Tel Aviv University
  • Iftach Yacoby, Tel Aviv University
  • Andrew Marshall, Nature Biotechnology
  • Horst Vogel, EPFL-Lausanne
  • Matt Auton, Mayo Clinic
  • Marc Rioult, 3DMatrix
  • Yusuke Nagai, Menicon Co., Ltd
  • Yogeshvar N. Kalia, Université de Genève
  • Aurélien Roux, Université de Genève
  • Marta Rodriguez-Aller, GlaxoSmithKline
  • Nicolas Winssinger, Université de Genève
  • Kai Johnsson, EPFL-Lausanne
  • Robbie Loewith, Université de Genève
  • Howard Riezman, Université de Genève
  • Karl-Heinz Krause, Genève University Hospitals
  • Pierre Yves Dietrich, Université de Genève
  • Madiha Derouazi, CEO of Amal Therapeutics
  • Shuguang Zhang, MIT
  • Mouad Lamrani, Menicon Co., Ltd

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