Sygnature Discovery hosts Kinase 2016: Next Generation Inhibitors
Sygnature Discovery sponsored and hosted the Kinase 2016: Next Generation Inhibitors symposium at BioCity Nottingham this year. This is the first time the conference has been held in Nottingham and it was a sell-out.
Over 120 delegates attended the two-day symposium which included exceptional keynote speakers, an exhibition and poster presentations.
Perturbation of cell signalling through inhibition of kinase enzymes has delivered nearly thirty approved medicines to date. In its seventh year, the Kinase symposium on kinase inhibitor design featured several themes including new approaches and technologies to modulate and measure kinase function; as well as diverse medicinal chemistry case studies.
Delegates also had the opportunity to take part in a poster session and networking activities.
Organised by the SCI and the Royal Society of Chemistry in partnership with Sygnature Discovery, the symposium provided transferable lessons and insight into cutting-edge discovery in kinase research.