The Durham Biophysical Sciences Institute is very pleased to be hosting the new, online Peptoid Symposium Series, organised by an international committee of peptoid researchers. This is a free, online series of bimonthly symposia.
The aim is to sustain and grow the international community interested in peptoids and related research. Symposia will feature keynote talks from the leaders in the field, as well as a mix of shorter invited talks and flash presentations from ECRs.
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Next Event – 25 February 2021
EST 0800 / GMT 1300 / CET 1400 / IST 1500 / JST 2200
This symposium will feature keynote talks as well as flash presentations. These will include:
Galia Maayan (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology): Peptoids as Versatile, Efficient and Selective Bio-Inspired Catalysts.
Jumpei Morimoto (The University of Tokyo): Oligo(N-substituted alanine) as a peptoid with a defined shape in water.
25 February 2021
April 2021 (date TBC)
June 2021 (date TBC)
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27 October 2020
Ronald Zuckermann (LBNL): “State of the peptoid research community” + “Folding Beyond Proteins”
Kevin Bicker (Middle Tennessee State Univ.): “Discovery and development of antifungal peptoids”
Yen Jea Lee (Gwangju Inst. Sci. Tech.): “Peptoid-conjugated magnetic field-sensitive exciplex system at high and low solvent polarities”
Logan Morton (UT Austin): “Peptoid Crosslinked Hydrogels: A Biomimetic, Synthetic Cell Culture Platform with Sequence-Defined Properties”
Recording link [passcode: %Mvk21KO])
15 December 2020
Prof. Annelise Barron (Stanford University): “Potent antiviral activity against HSV-1 and SARS-CoV-2 by antimicrobial peptoids”
Prof. Donghui Zhang (Louisiana State University): “Solution self-assembly of polypeptoid block copolymers into 1D, 2D and 3D nanostructures”
Sally Jiao (University of California, Santa Barbara): Quantifying polypeptoid conformational landscapes through integrated experiment and simulation”
Mingfei Zhao (University of Chicago): “Computational and Experimental Identifications of Hierarchical Peptoid Self-Assembly Pathways”
Recording link [passcode: Pdrc3z$^])
Click here to register for the 25 February 2021 Symposium. If you cannot access the online form please email email@example.com to register.
Please use the link below to submit a <200 word abstract for consideration for a flash presentation at the 25 February Peptoid Symposium.
Deadline: 10 February, 2021.