The Department of Chemistry at the University of Surrey is kindly inviting you to participate in a Conference on “Cytochrome P450: Modelling Toxicity”, held September 12 – 13, 2013 in Guildford, United Kingdom.
The conference “Cytochrome P450: Modelling Toxicity” will take place on Thursday 12th to Friday 13th September 2013. The aim of the conference is to honour the memory of Professor D.F.V. Lewis, a pioneer of P450 modelling who died recently. Topics covered will include modelling P450 structure and function as well as predicting toxicity and should be of interest to members of the pharmaceutical industry as well as those in academia. There will be opportunities for oral and poster presentations. Contributions from students and postdocs are particularly welcome. The list of confirmed speakers is shown under the Speakers subfolder on the menu.
The confirmed list of speakers is as follows:
Patrik Rydberg – University of Copenhagen
“Challenges and Recent Developments in the Prediction of site-of-metabolism”
Marcel de Groot – Argenta
“Modelling CYP2C9 and Comparison with Crystal Structures”
Frank Blaney – Computational Chemistry Consultant, Heptares Therapeutics
“A Novel Combined Approach to CYP Metabolite Prediction”
Mike Sutcliffe – Manchester University
“Modelling cytochromes P450 — fact or fiction?“
Adrian Mulholland – Bristol University
“Modelling mechanisms of P450s in drug metabolism and biocatalysis”
Abstracts for short talks and posters
The presentation of posters is very much encouraged. Posters can be A0 in portrait or landscape. If you would like to present a poster, please tick the box on the registration form and fill in your abstract of no more than 1500 chars (including spaces). If you are willing to be considered for a short talk (15-20mins) then please indicate that on the form. Don’t forget to include the title, author list and affiliations.
A limited number of student bursaries will most likely be available. These will be paid retrospectively. If you would like to be considered for one, please indicate that on the registration form and also provide a letter of support from your supervisor.