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10.02.2017 | Biophysics Satellite Meeting: Drug Discovery for Ion Channels XVII

Conference Venue: New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Louisiana, USA

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Room 210; 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Meet Niels Fertig, Andrea Brueggemann, Frank Henrichsen, Michael George, Maria Barthmes, Markus Rapedius, Rodolfo Haedo and many more.

Abstract: "Ion channels are an important class of therapeutic drug targets, and mutations in ion channel genes are found to be responsible for an increasing number of diseases. While conventional electrophysiological techniques permit the most detailed and direct study of ion channel function, they are limited due to the manual nature of the method and their low throughput. Because of this, ion channels remain an underrepresented target class for drug discovery. The advent of higher throughput automated electrophysiology systems has begun to change the face of ion channel drug discovery. Since the inaugural "Drug Discovery for Ion Channels" satellite meeting, there have been many advances in ion channel drug discovery including new instrumentation and techniques. For this year, we propose to continue the "Satellite Meeting" tradition at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting to review the advances in automated electrophysiology and other emerging technologies and their impact on ion channel drug discovery. This year's meeting will highlight presentations from users of automated electrophysiology instrumentation as well as other speakers in the field of ion channel drug discovery, including several academic speakers."

The preliminary speaker list include:

Dr. Jen Pan, Associate Director (The Broad Institute)
"High throughput electrophysiology to annotate channel functions in the context of disease genetics"

Dr. Jun Chen, Senior Scientist (Genentech)
"Discovery of novel Nav1.7 scaffolds"

Prof. Stephen J. Tucker, University of Oxford
"New Insights into K2P Potassium Channel Biophysics"

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