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ICBS2013: International Chemical Biology Society 2nd Annual Meeting

07 Oct 2013 - 09 Oct 2013 - Kyoto, Japan



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ICBS2013-Kyoto is about the exchange of research and professional collaboration that drives important discoveries and serves as a catalyst for impactful chemical biology research worldwide.

Meeting Program

Pre-meeting Workshop (7 October): Chemical Biology Techniques and Drug Discovery

Keynote Lectures:
James Wells, University of California San Francisco, USA
Shuh Narumiya, Kyoto University, Japan

Scientific sessions on a vast array of topics including chemical imaging, translational chemical biology, neglected diseases, global natural products resources, chemical systems biology, chemoproteomics and chemical genetics, cutting-edge medicinal chemistry and tools/compounds and more…

Session I: Cutting Edge Medicinal Chemistry and Tool Compounds

Session II: Chemical Imaging
Chemical Systems Biology/Chemoinformatics & Modeling

Session III:  Phenotypic Screening, Target Identification, Associated Novel Technologies

Session IV: Global Natural Product Resources: Unique Features, Collaboration Models and Success Stories

Session V: Chemical Biology Outside of Drug Discovery

Session VI: Chemical Genetics/Chemoproteomics

Session VII: Industry-Academic-Government Interaction in Drug Discovery (Panel Discussion)

Session VIII: Chemical Approaches for Translational Sciences

Session IX: Global Rising Stars of Chemical Biology

  • Presentations selected from submitted abstracts
  • Poster session and Young Scientist Awards
  • Networking events


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