The symposium aims to discuss projects from different therapeutic indications in an interdisciplinary way and to promote the interaction of biological, chemical and medical competencies.
|Start Date||09.06.2022 - 09:00|
|Event End||09.06.2022 - 17:00|
|Location||ZHAW Campus Grüental (GA), School of Life Sciences and Facility Management Grüentalstrasse 14, 8820 Wädenswil|
Pharmaceutical research is of great importance to society as it represents a major industry and improves people's lives. In this context, drug discovery and development are crucial steps in improving treatment options for patients. These are challenging and highly interdisciplinary projects with a high degree of complexity. Meeting these challenges requires diverse collaboration between different scientific disciplines as well as between academia and industry.
A Center of Excellence for Drug Discovery is therefore being established at the Institute of Chemistry and Biotechnology at ZHAW to foster, support and successfully implement these collaborations. The symposium «Competencies in Drug Discovery» aims to discuss projects from different therapeutic indications in an interdisciplinary way and to promote the interaction of biological, chemical and medical competencies.
- Prof. Dr. Christian Hinderling, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (CH): Welcome message
- Prof. Dr. Rainer Riedl, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (CH)
- Dr. Michael Adams, Bacoba AG (CH)
- Prof. Dr. Rolf Müller, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (DE)
- PD Dr. Philippe Plattet, University of Bern (CH)
- Prof. Dr. Flavia Marinelli, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria (IT)
- Prof. Dr. Deniz Tasdemir, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (DE)
- Prof. Dr. Carsten Riether, Bern University Hospital (CH)
- Prof. Dr. Jörn Piel, ETH Zurich (CH)
- Prof. Dr. Manolis Fousteris, University of Patras (GR)
- Prof. Dr. Karl Gademann , University of Zurich (CH)
- PD Dr. Klaus-Peter Knobeloch, University Clinic Freiburg (DE)
Registration deadline: June 7, 2022
Costs: CHF 150