The 14th Annual
Peptide Therapeutics
Symposium

The Salk Institute – La Jolla, CA
October 24 – 25, 2019

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Abstract Submissions

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION COMING SOON!

Invitation for poster presentations

The Peptide Therapeutic Symposium has established a tradition of highlighting a limited number (maximum 30) presentations into the program of distinguished lectures.  Posters will be available for viewing throughout the two day period, including a formal poster session held in conjunction with the Opening Reception on Thursday evening, October 24th.  We encourage interested scientists and researchers to submit an abstract summarizing current research in the following areas of peptide science:

Suggested topics for poster presentations include, but are not limited

  • Peptide Therapeutics & Related Bioactive Molecules
  • Complementary Pharmacology of Peptides, Proteins & Conventional Drugs
  • Peptides as Diagnostics, Probes & Biomarkers
  • Commercial Synthesis & Formulation of Peptides
  • Alternative Approaches in Peptide Administration
  • Peptide Immunogenicity & Toxicology
  • Pharmacokinetics, Biodistribution & Cellular Transport
  • Peptide Synthetic Methodologies
  • Peptidomics & Peptide Discovery

Submission Guidelines

  • Up to 250 words (about ½ page) of text and diagrams (if any) summarizing research.  The 250 words exclude title, authors, affiliations and footnotes (if any)
  • All abstracts must be submitted on-line, using the form provided

Travel Grants

The Peptide Therapeutics Foundation will provide a limited number of travel grants to offset the cost of attending the symposium.

Eligibility criteria

  • Postdoctoral fellows and graduate students who submit a poster abstract are eligible to apply for a travel grant.
  • Only one travel grant will be awarded per academic group.
  • Locally based postdoctoral fellows and graduate students are not eligible to apply for a travel grant but are still eligible for registration fee waiver.

Awards will be competitive and based on the quality of the abstract submission.
The Program Committee will review the abstracts and select the award recipients.

When submitting your abstract, please include the approximate cost of travel to attend the symposium.  The amount of the Travel Grant you are awarded will be based on the estimate you turn in.  If you are awarded a travel grant you will be reimbursed for the travel related receipts turned in up to but not in excess of your estimated amount.  Recipients of the travel grants will be required to provide proof of purchase prior to award payment.

Dates

Deadline for abstract with travel grant submission TBD
Notification of successful travel grant award TBD
Deadline for abstract submissionsTBD
Abstract acceptance notification emailed byTBD
Poster set-up Thursday, October 24th, 2019
Poster removalFriday, October 25th, 2019

Poster Size, Dimensions and Mounting Details
All posters will be mounted with push pins on a white foam core board measuring 4 ft. X 4 ft. (121cm x 121 cm) in size.  Supplies for mounting your poster will be available on-site including the easel, the foam core board and push pins.

Information on set-up and take down times as well as other details will be emailed to the lead presenter prior to the meeting start date.

News
Symposium

Peptide Therapeutic Foundation announces the recipients of the Ferring Research Institute Innovation Grants Program for 2018:

Fiona Cousins – Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Monash University

Laurent Derré – University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV)

Marta Dueñas – Fundación para la Investigación Hospital 12 de Octubre

Tracey Edgell – Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Monash University

Pradipta Ghosh – University of California, San Diego

Emmet Hirsch – NorthShore University HealthSystem

Sarah Marshall – Monash University

Harmeet Malhi – Mayo Clinic

Hiroshi Miyamoto – University of Rochester

Meet the 2017 Recipients:
Stéphane Bolduc – CHU de Québec – Université Laval Research Center
Marcello Costa – Flinders University
Warren Foster – University of California, San Diego
Andrew Horne – University of Edinburgh
K. Joseph Hurt – University of Colorado
Ursula Kaiser – Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Sarah Marshall – Monash University
Kathryn Meier – Washington State University
Victor Navarro – Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Willis Samson – Saint Louis University, School of Medicine
John Taylor – Kansas University Medical Center
Suraj Unniappan – University of Saskatchewan
Henrique Veiga-Fernandes – Champalimaud Foundation
 

October 25-26, 2018

The 13th Annual Peptide
Therapeutics Sympsium

The Salk Institute
La Jolla, California

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