Resources Calendar
SFG is pleased to connect our members with associated meetings of interest. If you know of a meeting that may be of interest to the membership, please email the information to sfg@glycobiology.org for inclusion in this listing.

 

13th Jenner Glycobiology and Medicine Symposium

March 8, 2019
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May 4-7, 2019
Cambridge, MA
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The Jenner Glycobiology and Medicine symposia were the first and main international multidisciplinary conferences set up to examine the relevance of glycobiology to immunology, medicine and clinical practice.

The symposia, since 2001, have been organized by the Royal Society of Medicine with the aim to widen clinical participation and to actively promote and foster greater interaction and collaboration between glycobiologists and clinicians.

This meeting, in collaboration with the Harvard Medical School Center for Glycoscience, aims to provide an international forum for scientists and clinicians to disseminate the findings of current leading edge research in both novel and classic fields of glycobiology, glycoimmunology and glycomedicine.

This symposium is aimed at scientists and clinicians at all levels and all disciplines involved in the research and management of human disease.

An introductory workshop in biomedical glycoscience

March 8, 2019
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June 3-5 2019, San Sebastian, Spain
https://iwbg.wordpress.com/

An introductory workshop in biomedical glycoscience

This workshop organized by the Spanish Network of Excellence in Chemical Glycobiology will provide scholarly seminars from leading experts on glycosylation and cancerimmune therapyglycoconjugate vaccine designantimicrobial resistance and technologies important for analyzing glycan structure and carbohydrate-protein interactions. It is primarily intended for PhD students and early stage postdocs but anyone interested glycoscience is welcome to attend. The  program of 15 keynote speakers will be complemented by flash presentations and a several poster sessions from the attendees. Additional information on https://iwbg.wordpress.com/

Invited speakers
Celso Reis, Ipatimup, Universidad de Oporto, Portugal.
“Role of Glycosylation in cancer: molecular mechanisms and clinical applications”

Paula Videira, Facultad de Ciencia y Tecnología, Universidad Nueva de Lisboa, Portugal
Glycoinmunology: Playing with sugars to develop novel inmunotherapies”

Francesco Berti, GSK Vaccines Sienna
“Glycoconjugate Vaccines”

Claney L.Pereira, Vaxxilon GmbH
“Rationally designed semi-synthetic glycoconjugate Vaccines

Jesús Jimenez Barbero, CIC bioGUNE, Derio
Carbohydrate-protein interactions in infectious diseases. Structural basis”

Antoni Planas, Universidad Ramon Llull, Barcelona
Enzymatic synthesis of glycans and glycoconjugates. Engineering CAZYmes as biocatalysts”

Xavier Biarnés, Universidad Ramon Llull, Barcelona
“Bioinformatic tools in CAZYme discovery, analysis, and evolution”

Pedro Merino, Universidad de Zaragoza
“Chemical approaches to Glycosyltransferase inhibitors of biomedical Relevance”

Ramon Hurtado, Universidad de Zaragoza-ARAID
“Molecular basis of carbohydrate-protein interactions”

Francisco Corzana, Universidad de la Rioja, Logroño
“Modeling of biological systems by molecular dynamics simulations”

Pedro Nieto, Instituto de Investigaciones Químicas, IIQ-CSIC, Sevilla
“Biochemistry and function of Glycosaminoglycans in the Nervous-System”

Juan Luis Asensio, Instituto de Química Orgánica General, IQOG-CSIC, Madrid
“Aminoglycoside antibiotics: From chemical biology to drug design”

Omar Boutureira, Universidad Rovira I Virgili, Tarragona
“Chemicals tools for selective glycoprotein biologics synthesis”

Carme Rovira, Universidad de Barcelona
“Modeling catalytic mechanisms in carbohydrate-active enzymes. Implications for drug design”

Niels Reichardt, CIC biomaGUNE, Donostia-San Sebastian
“Applications of microarrays in biomedical glycoscience”

We are looking forward to seeing you in San Sebastian!
Best regards,
 
The organizing committee
Niels Reichardt
Elisabet Elosegui

Proteoglycans 2019 Conference

August 27, 2018


Proteoglycans-2019-Flier.pdf