First Zing Computational Chemical Biology Conference, 6th-9th August 2015

The first Zing Computational Chemical Biology conference will take place from the 6th to the 9th of August 2015. It will bring together scientists to discuss multidisciplinary research that leverages computer simulation to address key questions crossing the physical sciences-life sciences/biomedical interface. In particular, the conference will feature sessions focusing on the development and application of novel and state-of-the-art computational tools and technology for solving major problems in the life and biomedical sciences.

Topics will include advances in molecular dynamics simulation of enzymes; computational approaches to studying the interaction of drugs, drug transporters and signalling enzymes with lipid membranes; simulation of protein-protein interaction and multi-protein complex enzymatic systems; computational study of signalling pathways; new techniques in computational drug discovery as they apply to enzyme reactivity and dynamics; simulation of allosteric interactions; advances in multi-scale modelling; new techniques for direct simulation of reactivity in biological systems; and the impact of technological advances in computer hardware and software on the field of chemical biology.

The conference will feature lectures by established leaders in the fields, as well as encouraging young and talented researchers to present both challenging questions and new ideas for solving them. The aim is to encourage a collegial atmosphere to promote stimulating and insightful discussion while enjoying the beauty of tropical Cairns, Australia.

To see a full list of confirmed speakers, click here.


Talk Consideration Deadline: 1st May 2015

Poster Submission Deadline: 1st June 2015


Computational Chemical Biology Conference 2015, Cairn, Australia

The first Computational Chemical Biology Conference will take place from the 6th to the 9th of August 2015 in Cairn, Australia

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