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The 'Frontiers in Peptide Science and Drug Discovery: A Scientific Symposium in Honor of Professor James P. Tam' will take place on 5 - 6 February 2020 at the Nanyang Executive Centre (NEC), Nanyang Technological University (NTU),  Singapore.


The symposium is jointly organized by the School of Biological Sciences and the NTU-Institute of Advanced Studies (NTU-IAS) in honor of Professor James P. Tam's outstanding research works and lifetime achievements in Peptide Science and Drug Discovery. It will cover many exciting fields of peptide and protein research including chemistry, structure and function, and applications in medicine and materials science.


We hope that this symposium would provide a platform for our participants to present and learn about the current forefront of peptide / protein science and drug discovery; as well as to exchange ideas and establish research collaborations or business relations across both academia and industry.


We look forward to welcoming you in Singapore!


A/Prof Liu Chuan Fa
Symposium Organising Chair /
Associate Professor, NTU School of Biological Sciences


I
mportant Dates

Abstra​cts​​​​​
​Abstract Submission Opens 26 August 2019
Abstract Submission Closes
18 October 2019
​Acceptance Notification ​21 - 25 October 2019
​​Registration
Registration & Fee Payment  18 October - 30 November 2019
Conference Period
Onsite Registration & Welcome Refreshment;
Poster Set-up
4 February 2020,
1500hrs - 1800hrs (GMT+8)
Onsite Registration
Poster Set-up
5 February 2020,
0800hrs - 0845hrs (GMT+8)
Scientific Program
5 - 6 February 2020
  
                                                         

Symposium Organsing Chair


A/Prof Liu Chuan Fa
Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
 


Jointly O
rganised by

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