Join us in this free series of GRC Connects offering three events, open to all members of the scientific community. The first two events will feature moderated keynote presentations by renowned scientists in the fields of prokaryotic and eukaryotic efflux transporters to learn, share, and collaborate on challenging questions of antimicrobial resistance, and efflux transporters controlling pharmacological and toxic processes in health and disease. Each keynote session will be followed by a Q&A and short talks selected from abstracts. The third and final event in this series will focus solely on highlighting the research by early-career scientists through selected abstracts. Please submit an abstract of your work for consideration here!
Our first keynote speaker in this series will feature Laura Piddock, Professor of Microbiology at the University of Birmingham, UK, and Director of Scientific Affairs, Global Antibiotic Research and Development Partnership. Her talk is titled, “GARDP: Helping to Advance the Discovery & Development of New Treatments for Bacterial Infections”.
Register for the second and third event in this series here.
Topics for short talks include, but are not limited to:
1. The Silent Pandemic of Antibiotic Resistance: Developing Therapeutics to Combat Multi-Drug Transporters
2. Cancer Drug Resistance and Therapeutic Modalities and Interventions
3. Efflux Pumps in the Balance between Pharmacology and Toxicity: Genomics and Pharmacogenomics of Drug Resistance across Diseases
4. Innovative Biochemical and Biophysical Methods to Elucidate Structure-Function Relationships
8:15am Event Arrival & Networking
8:30am Keynote Speaker
9:15am Short Talks and Discussions
10:00am Closing Remarks
Open networking will be available until the event closes at 10:30am.
GRC Connects is an initiative of the Gordon Research Conferences that provides opportunities for GRC communities to connect and collaborate until we resume in-person meetings, furthering GRC's commitment to find new and creative ways to advance the frontiers of science.