November 30, 2021
Metrion Webinar – “Cystic Fibrosis: Rescuing Faulty Channels with Targeted Therapies” – Professor David Sheppard
Metrion Biosciences is pleased to announce it will be hosting its third webinar in the ‘Ion Channels in Drug Discovery Webinar Series’ on Tuesday 30th November at 16:00 BST. The third Speaker in the webinar series will be Professor David Sheppard from the University of Bristol. David will present “Cystic Fibrosis: Rescuing Faulty Channels with Targeted Therapies”. The link to register for the webinar can be found here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2328702273712709643
June 29, 2021
First Metrion Webinar – “Discovery of KNa1.1 channel inhibitors using virtual screening and CryoEM structures” – Dr Jon Lippiat
Metrion Biosciences is pleased to announce it will be hosting a brand new webinar series starting on Tuesday 29th June at 2pm. The first Speaker in the webinar series will be Dr Jon Lippiat from the School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Leeds. Jon will present on the topic: “Discovery of KNa1.1 channel inhibitors using virtual screening and CryoEM structures”. To register for the webinar please email: [email protected] stating your full name, Company/ Institute and your preferred email address.
July 1, 2021
A deep dive into all things transporters. A series of 5 sessions/10 scientific presentations scheduled across 2021.
01.07.2021 – SSM-electrophysiology as a Tool for Uncovering Transporter Function
30.09.2021 – Transporters in Drug Screening and Toxicity Testing
04.11.2021 – Structure and Function of Na+ and H+ dependent transporters
July 24-28, 2021
The scientific programme of this conference covers most biophysical research directions, including single-molecule biophysics, high resolution optical and force microscopy, ion channels and transporters, lipids and membranes, structural biology, theoretical biophysics, cell mechanics, and many other subjects. Two symposia are directly related to ion channels: “Channels and Ca2+ Signaling” and “Membrane transporters & channels”.
September 8-12, 2021
Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA
This 74th Annual Meeting of the Society of General Physiologists will be the first international conference fully dedicated to the topic of Ion Channels and Transporters in the immune system. This meeting will provide a unique opportunity for immunologists and ion channel physiologists to discuss the latest advances in the regulation, function and physiological roles of ion channels in innate and adaptive immunity. Leading scientists from academia and industry will present their latest research, and the organizers are especially keen on welcoming trainees and new investigators with budding interests in this rapidly emerging arena.
June 26-28, 2022
Hôtel Le Concorde, 1225 Cours du Général-de Montcalm, Québec QC (QC), Canada
Channelopathy 2022 will place emphasis on broad scientific themes shared across ion channel types and diseases.
July 16-20, 2022
A Coruña, Spain,
The International Gap Junction Conference brings together a diverse international community of basic science researchers that focus on connexins and pannexins. The meeting topics include the cell biology/interactomes/signaling/trafficking, channel structure and function/biophysics of connexins and pannexins and their role in cancer, inflammation, tissue regeneration, cardiovascular function, development/reproduction, inherited diseases, the nervous system and sensory systems.
This meeting will be dedicated to exploring ion channel regulation from molecular biophysics to physiology and clinical applications in cancer biology.
Workshop postponed and being converted to an online conference
The first international workshop focused on sharing knowledge about ion channel aquaporins, their roles in biology and their application in boosting food security.
This course is designed to provide an overview of the latest aspects of ion channel and transporter research. Topics covered will include structural, functional and computational aspects, as well as more general themes, such as publishing and the role of women in science. Additionally, the course will feature didactic tutorials and some hands-on exercises. There will be ample opportunities for discussion and ad hoc interactions between students and lecturers. Lastly, the small town of Erice provides a relaxed and beautiful setting for the course.