We invite you to join us at the 13th Australian Peptide Conference, which will be held at the Oaks Resort (formerly known as QT Resort), Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia, from the 8th to 13th September 2019.
The theme of the meeting is “Peptides - Turning the Tide”. The conference organising committee is currently assembling an exciting scientific program containing a mix of peptide synthesis and discovery, engineering, characterisation, structure-based drug design, therapeutics development and technological advances in the field.
Continuing our tradition of holding meetings in a relaxed seaside environment, Port Douglas is one of Australia’s most beautiful tropical locations, with easy access to beautiful beaches, coral reef, stunning National Parks, rainforests, rivers and home to exotic native animals.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Christina Schroeder and Jackie Wilce
Co-chairs, Australian Peptide Conference 2019
|Mibel Aguilar||Monash University, Australia|
|Paul Alewood||University of Queensland, Australia|
|Bobby Arora||New York University, USA|
|Dame Margaret Brimble||University of Auckland, NZ|
|Florence Brunel||Novo Nordisk, USA|
|Kate Carroll||The Scripps Research Florida, USA|
|Greg Challis||University of Warwick, UK|
|Norelle Daly||James Cook University, Australia|
|Ben Davis||University of Oxford, UK|
|Phil Dawson||The Scripps Research Institute, USA|
|Ethan Goddard Borger||WEHI, Australia|
|Lauren Goodrich||Roche, USA|
|Christian Hackenberger||FMP, Germany|
|Harald Janovjak||EMBL Australia/Monash University, Australia|
|Yasuhiro Kajihara||Osaka University, Japan|
|Amy Keating||Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA|
|Xiaoguang Lei||Peking University, China|
|Yan-Mei Li||Tsinghua University, China|
|Norman Metanis||Hebrew University, Israel|
|Les Miranda||Amgen, USA|
|Gottfried Otting||ANU, Australia|
|Jaclyn Pearson||Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Australia|
|Bradley Pentelute||Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA|
|Kevin Pfleger||University of Western Australia, Australia|
|Bhavesh Premdjee||Novo Nordisk, Denmark|
|Avril Robertson||University of Queensland, Australia|
|Andrea Robinson||Monash University, Australia|
|Martin Schmeing||McGill University, Canada|
|Joel Schneider||National Cancer Institute, USA|
|Patrick Sexton||Monash University, Australia|
|Craig Smith||Deakin University, Australia|
|Ved Srivastava||Intarcia Therapeutics, USA||Martin Stone||Monash University, Australia|
|Meritxell Teixido||IRB, Spain|
|David Thal||Monash University, Australia|
|Nieng Yan||Princeton University, USA|
|Qi Zhang||Fudan University, China|
Topics - "Peptides - Turning the Tide"
Advances in peptide synthesis
Bioactive peptides and cell signaling
Cell membrane interactions and bioavailability
Cell penetrating peptides
Drug discovery and development
GPCRs and structure-based drug design
Imaging and analytical techniques
Industry, regulation and commercialisation
Peptide and protein engineering
Peptides and peptidomimetic drugs
Peptides in immunology
Structure function studies and new targets
Located in far North Queensland, Port Douglas is a 67km scenic coastal drive north from Cairns. It’s known for its beach resorts, relaxed atmosphere and as a base for visits to both the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest reef system, and Daintree National Park, home to biodiverse rainforest. In town, Macrossan Street is lined with boutique shops and restaurants. Curving south is popular Four Mile Beach. Port Douglas was No. 3 on Australian Traveller magazine’s list of 100 Best Towns In Australia.
The Oaks Resort is a spectacular resort located on the way into Port Douglas boasting fabulous conference facilities and fresh rooms.