Welcome to the Scheele Symposium in honour of the 2021 Scheele Award Laureate, Professor Craig Crews

The symposium focuses on various aspects of Professor Crews research, including insights into the PROTAC-technology, which may pave the way for development of new, effective treatments. Take this opportunity to listen to some of the world’s top scientists in the area of targeted protein degradation!
As a doctoral student/post doc use this great opportunity to present a poster within the area of targeted protein degradation. Poster for speed talk will be selected. See instructions below.

See below for more information about the program and participants fees

About the award winner

The Scheele-award 2021 prize-winner is Professor Craig Crews, Yale University, New Haven, USA.

Professor Craig Crews has been awarded the Scheele prize 2021 for his broad excellence in drug discovery and development spanning from molecule to patient. He has combined groundbreaking science with strong entrepreneurship and received wide international recognition for his work on pharmacological modulation of protein turnover. His findings have led to new therapeutic approaches including the development of novel proteasome inhibitors and the PROTAC technology.

Program

Welcome to The Scheele Symposium, 11 November 2021

The focus of the meeting is various aspects of targeted protein degradation and its potental in drug development.
We are proud to announce that some of the world foremost researchers in the area will speak during the day.

Read and download the full program here.

Speed talk/Poster abstract

As a doctoral student/post doc use this great opportunity to present a poster within the area of targeted protein degradation. Poster for speed talk will be selected. See instructions below.
Oral poster abstract submissions should be sent to info@apotekarsocieteten.se latest on September 30 for evaluation by the Scientific Committee.

Poster abstract instructions
Example of poster abstract

Participation fee

The symposium will be livestreamed  from Stockholm. Welcome to attend online or on site.

The early bird fee is:

Industry delegates: 3.000 SEK
Academia delegates: 1.700 SEK
Members in Apotekarsocieteten: 2.200 SEK

There are scholarships available for young scientists (PhD/postdoc).  More information and application here.

For registrations made after October 21, 2021 an additional 1.000 SEK will be added on all fees.

All fees are excl. VAT.

Time and Venue

The Scheele symposium will be live streamed from Ingenjörshuset in Stockholm. All attendees will participate online or on site. The symposium starts at 09.30 and ends at 17.00 hrs. For attendees on site registration will start at 09:00.

Program Committee

Katarina Färnegård, Oncopeptides
Kim Kultima, Uppsala University
Amelie Eriksson Karlström,  KTH, Royal Institute of Technology
Lisa Bandholtz, Apotekarsocieteten
The Section for Medicinal Chemistry at Apotekarsocieteten

About the Scheele Award and Symposium

Since 1961, in honour of Carl Wilhelm Scheele, famous Swedish chemist and pharmacist, the Swedish Pharmaceutical Society has bestowed the Scheele Award on prominent scientists in drug research or related disciplines. By tradition, a symposium focused on the prize winner’s area of expertise follows the award ceremony.

More information on the Scheele Award.

11 november 2021

The symposium starts at 09.30 and ends at 17.00 hrs.

The Scheele Symposium will be live streamed from Ingenjörshuset in Stockholm. Attendees can also register for a limited number of places on site.

Contact

Jeanette Jansson
Project manager
jeanette.jansson@lakemedelsakademin.se
Tel. 08-723 50 58

Swedish Pharmaceutical Society
Wallingatan 26A,
111 81 Stockholm
Sweden
+46-(0)8 723 50 00
www.apotekarsocieteten.se

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