Confirmed List of Posters

Ain Shams University     
Potential Therapeutic Implications of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Gene Therapy in Correction of Mutation-Causing Human Beta-Thalassemia

Biological Research Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences            
Predicting Antibiotic Resistance By Targeted Mutagenesis in Pathogenic Bacteria

BPS Bioscience, Inc.        
Improving Immunotherapy Through Assays of the Extracellular Adenosine Pathway

BPS Bioscience, Inc.        
Improving Immunotherapy Through Assays of the Extracellular Adenosine Pathway

Broad Institute 
Development of Subtype-Specific T-Type Calcium Channel Modulators

Charles River     
A Translational Platform Using Primary Human Immune Cells In Vitro, Syngeneic and Humanized Models In Vivo to Support and Advance Immune-Oncology Drug Discovery

Charles River     
Two In Vitro Assays Relevant to Lung Fibrosis for Evaluating the Potency and Efficacy of Prospective Anti-Fibrotic Drugs

ChemBridge Corporation             
Synthetic Macrocycle Library with Potential to Find Hits for CNS Drug Discovery Programs

Chemspace, Inc.              
Compound Libraries on Chemspace: An Approach to Chart Useful Regions in Available Chemical Space

Chulalongkorn University            
5-Methylcytosine Containing CG Decamer as Z-DNA Embedded Sequence for a Potential Z-DNA Binding Protein Probe

Eurofins DiscoverX          
Interrogating Allosteric Interactions Using Multiple Readouts for GPCRs

Comparative Toxicity Of Regorafenib and Its Active Metabolites In Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Derived Cardiomyocytes and Hepatocytes

H Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr & Research Institute    
Landscape Of Active Deubiquitinating Enzymes (DUB) In Kras Mutant Lung Cancer

Independent Researcher             
Non-Specific Chemical Descriptor Based QSAR

Institute for Molecular Bioscience            
Cyclic Bioactive Peptides Featuring Selenoether Bridges

Key Organics Ltd              
Building a Diverse and Experimentally-Curated Fragment Library

Key Organics Ltd              
New BIONET Compounds for CNS Diseases: Potent Brain Penetrant Compounds with Improved Physical Property Profile

Kyungpook National University 
Neuronal Sphk1 Acetylates Cox2 and Contributes to Pathogenesis in a Model Of Alzheimer's Disease

Los Alamos National Laboratory
Development of Resistance-Proof Radioimmunotherapeutic Antibiotic Cocktail Against Plague

Massey University          
Characterization of Furazolidone- Resistant Escherichia coli Mutants Reveals Novel Reductase Activity of the AhpF Protein

MercaChem BV
Tankyrase Inhibitor Development: Evidence for Potential in Cancer Immune Therapy

Myongji University         
Novel Carbapenemase Form Gram-Negative Pathogens as a Drug Target

National Institute of Health         
Identifying New Drug Targets by Illuminating the Druggable Genome

Drug Repurposing Screen to Identify Effective Drug Combinations Against Infections of Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter Baumannii

Phanes Therapeutics, Inc.            
Discovery of Anti-Apelin Mabs as Potential Therapies for Solid Tumors and Diabetic Retinopathy

Rega Institute for Medical Research        
Studying GPCR Signaling and Function Using Cell-Based Impedance

Salipro Biotech AB          
The Salipro System for Detergent-Free Stabilization of Membrane Proteins

Tufts University
Genetic Mechanisms of a Bacterial Predator Targeting Gram Negatives

Tulane University            
Yeast as a Platform to Study Adenosine Receptor Signaling

University College London           
Translational Evaluation Of CNS Drugs Using in Vitro Neuronal Circuits

University of British Columbia    
Peptidisc: A Simple Solution for Trapping and Stabilizing Membrane Proteins Without Detergent

University of California San Diego             
A Single Small Molecule Alleviates Tumor Burden by Targeting Dual Regulators of the 26S Proteasome

University of North Texas Health Science Center
Design and Synthesis of Novel Irreversible Inhibitors of NGLY1

University Of Toronto    
Single Domain Antibodies for Food Safety and Animal Health



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