19th Tetrahedron Symposium


The following speakers will present at the conference

Shankar Balasubramaniam, Cambridge University, UK
Presentation title: Chemical biology on the genome

Ashraf Brik, Technion Haifa, Israel
Presentation title: Organic chemistry applied to synthetic proteins: The case of ubiquitination and deubiquitination

Benjamin F. Cravatt, The Scripps Research Institute, USA
Presentation title: Activity-based proteomics – protein and ligand discovery on a global scale.

Ben Davis, Oxford University, UK
Presentation title: Sugars and proteins

Peter B. Dervan, Caltech, USA
Presentation title: Molecular recognition of DNA: From discovery to oncology

Matthew David Disney, The Scripps Research Institute, USA
Presentation title: Sequence based design of small molecules targeting Rna

Jonathan Ellman, Yale University, USA
Presentation title: New strategies for inhibition of protein tyrosine phosphatases

Rudi Fasan, University of Rochester, USA
Presentation title: Metalloprotein catalysts for selective group transfer reactions and asymmetric synthesis

Matthew Fuchter, Imperial College London, UK
Presentation title: Targeting transcription for therapy

Seth Herzon, Yale University, USA
Presentation title: Synthetic approaches to the study of gut microbiome-associated colorectal cancer

William L. Jorgensen, Yale University, USA
Presentation title: Computer-aided discovery of anti-infective and antiproliferative agents

Maja Köhn, Freiburg University, Germany
Presentation title: Chemical biology of protein phosphatases

Laura L Kiessling, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Presentation title: Peering into the Microbial World with Chemistry

Xiaoguang Lei, Peking University, China
Presentation title: Natural product synthesis as a driving force to address the antibiotic resistance crisis

Peter Seeberger, Max-Planck-Institute Golm, Germany
Presentation title: Glycocconjugate vaccines against bacterial infections based on synthetic glycans

Paul A. Wender, Stanford University, USA
Presentation title: Therapeutic function through synthesis-informed design: Approaches to HIV/AIDS eradication, treating Alzheimer’s disease and cancer immunotherapy