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The Chemistry - Biology Interface (CBI-2017) Symposium

The Chemistry-Biology interface transcends molecular scales and includes research in fields as varied as infectious disease and cancer therapeutics to bio-inspired catalysis and natural product synthesis. In these fields chemistry is used as a tool to understand, perturb or compliment biological systems, whilst working towards translation of findings into real world applications.

We aim to help build a community of established and early career researchers to share knowledge and novel ideas on the applications of chemistry at the interface with biology. CBI-2017 will provide delegates with a vibrant forum for stimulating discussion and the opportunity to network with delegates from a variety of related fields. We hope that this event will raise the profile of high-level, local research and facilitate and encourage collaborative work.

Registrants from academia and industry are encouraged to submit abstracts on their research for consideration for podium or poster presentation.These should be sent to georgia.orton@kcl.ac.uk for review by a panel. Where possible podium positions will be reserved for final year PhD students and post-doctoral/early career-researchers. All accepted papers will be presented at The Great Hall, Strand campus, King's College London.

Deadlines for abstract submission 31st May (Podium) or 15th June (Poster). These will be judged by a panel as they are received so early submission is advised.
Abstracts should be submitted as a word document, a maximum of one page and in size 12 font.
Poster size A0.

Registration 09.00 - 09.30
Event finishes at 17.30, followed by drinks reception.

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Invited speakers:

Multifunctional bioprobes and theranostics
- Professor Jim Thomas (Deptartment of Chemistry, University of Sheffield)

Imaging pores in lipid bilayers
- Professor Mark Wallace (Department of Chemistry, King’s College London)

Title TBC
- Dr Gilbert Fruhwirth: Department of Imaging Chemistry and Biology, King’s College London

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