SLAS and ELRIG are pleased to sponsor an educational networking event at the new Novartis Pavillon science hub.
In the last 20 years, targeted protein degradation (TPD) has evolved from a basic scientific observation, involved in the control of hormone signaling in plants as well as virus survival, to a point where compounds directing TPD are in the clinic for a number of disease indications.
On Tuesday, June 7, Pavillon, the new science hub on the Novartis Basel Campus will open its doors to host a mini-symposium on the subject of TPD. Located in Basel, one of the pharmaceutical capitals of Europe, this event aims to present a series of vignettes describing efforts from discovery to the development of novel compounds directing TPD.
Attendees may participate in the meeting live or virtually from 15:00 - 17:00 CEST. This is a great opportunity to network in the informal and stimulating environment of the new Pavillon!
Meet with the SLAS European Ambassadors in an informal day of discussion and networking with Polish researchers and companies working in the field of screening and automation. This event will be held at the SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre on the campus of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow on Monday, June 13 from 09:00 – 16:00 CET. Join the Ambassadors and fellow SLAS community colleagues for a lively discussion of current life science and technology topics. Light refreshments will be served, sponsored by Beckman Coulter.
09:00 Arrivals and Orientation
09:30 Informa Introductions
10:00 SLAS Welcome, Introduction and Q&A
11:00 Rapid fire introductions (15-20 minutes each)
13:00 Informal Networking
14:00 Rapid Fire Introductions (15-20 minutes each)
15:00 Round table discussion & Next Steps
16:00 Closing Remarks
Registration is required, but the event is FREE!