The 6th Annual CCPBioSim Meeting: Molecular Simulations in Drug Discovery and Development

Event Date/s: From Wednesday 05 September 2018 To Friday 07 September 2018

 

The annual showcase of the highlights of Biomolecular Simulation methods and applications taking place at the University of Oxford.

 

Invited Speakers

Dr. Ulrich Zachariae, University of Dundee, UK

Dr. Martin Ulmschnelder, King's College London, UK.

Prof. Lucie Delmotte, KTH, Sweden

Prof. Frank von Delft, Diamond, UK

Dr. Julien Michel, University of Edinburgh, UK

Prof. Rebecca Wade, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany

Prof. Birgit Strodel, Julich, Germany

Dr. Andela Šarić, UCL, UK

Dr. Ben Cossins, UCB, UK

Dr. Chris de Graaf, Heptares, UK

 

Key Dates

Conference: September 5 - September 7, 2018

Registration opens: 5th May 2018

Abstract submission deadline: 5th July 2018 

Final registration deadline: 5th August 2018 

 

 

Conference Registration and Accommodation

Registration for the conference will open on the 5th May 2018.  The cost is all-inclusive – ie. all meals, bed and breakfast (for both nights) and sessions are included in the price.  This is the preferred option.  If you are local or not planning to use the bed and breakfast you can select the “No bed and breakfast option”

 

All-inclusive

Student Registration:              £260.00

Everyone else:                        £320.00

 

No bed and breakfast

All attendees:                          £220.00 

 

We can only take payment by credit card (no purchase orders or cheques) but if this is major problem then please contact the organizers.  If you have any dietary requests please also email the organizers:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Abstract for Talks/Posters

A number of slots will be made available for contributed talks of 20 minutes duration.   Please submit a 300 word abstract and email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Please state clearly whether you want to be considered for a talk or poster or both.  Only abstracts for which payment has been received will be considered.

 

Venue Information

The conference will be held at the stunning Lady Margaret Hall.

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The venue website can be found here

 

Lady Margaret Hall
Norham Gardens
Oxford OX2 6QA

 

Note:  Parking is extremely limited.  The train station is about 20 minutes walk, or 5-10 by taxi.

 

Organising Committee 

Prof. Philip Biggin (University of Oxford, UK)

Prof. Francesco Gervasio (UCL, UK)

Dr Edina Rosta  (King's College London, UK)