Due to the uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic plus travel lock-down in many areas across the globe, PSA2020 Conference will be postponed until next year.
The likely new dates are to be during 6-8 July 2021, and we will confirm the new dates asap, with more details.
Our university is currently closed and there is no clear date for reopening.
We can carry forward your registration fees if you have already paid and registered. Otherwise, we can only resolve payment when our university reopens.
Keep well and have a well-deserved rest!
Jian R Lu
On behalf of the Organising Committee
Dear friends and colleagues
Peptide research and development is fast expanding. The field of biomimetic and de novo designed peptides is particularly active, as it is embraced with many stimulating scientific challenges and potential technological benefits. Many new peptides are being reported, with novel structures, properties and functions.
Following the highly successful PSA Conference2018@Beijing, the Scientific Committee and conference attendees decided to hold the next one in Manchester, UK, to celebrate the collaborative and interdisciplinary nature of the peptide research across the globe. We warmly invite you to the exciting occasion next summer in Manchester.
The central theme of the conference is to transform knowledge into application through collaborative endeavours. We are organising an exciting Scientific Programme with topics ranging from peptide design and discovery, synthesis, characterisation, bionanomaterials, surface functionalisation, delivery vehicles, development of peptide therapeutics, to demonstrations and clinical assessments of antibacterial, anticancer and immune modulation peptides. The speakers invited will represent experts from both academia and industry.
As previously featured, we will continue to hold a young researchers session with short talks from PhD students, PDRAs and young industrial researchers, and mini-oral presentations featuring selected posters.
We look forward to seeing you in Manchester.
Jian R Lu, Xuehai Yan, Ehud Gazit and Junbai Li