The first conference of the European Research Network on Signal Transduction (ERNEST, COST Action CA18133) will take place at the Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland on October 28-30, 2019. More details and a registration form can be found here: https://first-ernest-meeting-gpcr-belfast.weebly.com/register.html

The conference will focus on recent advances in GPCRs pharmacology as well as systems biology strategies for advancing the main goal of ERNEST, namely development of a multidimensional holistic map of GPCR signal transduction. The program will cover GPCR macromolecular interactions in signalling pathways, biological roles of signal transduction and chemical modulators of GPCR signalling. In addition, the meeting will gather technical and conceptual developments in structural determination, functional analysis and computational modelling of GPCR macromolecular complexes. The goal of the meeting is to further our understanding of GPCR signal transduction at the molecular, cellular, and systems level, so as to facilitate the development of more effective GPCRs medicines.

Invited Speakers
Prof Stephen Hill (University of Nottingham)
Prof Stephen Hill (University of Nottingham)
Prof Edda Klipp (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Dr Maria Waldhoer (InterAx Biotech, Switzerland)
Dr Chris Tate (MRC, Cambridge)
Prof Michel Bouvier (University of Montreal)
Prof Martine Smit (VU University of Amsterdam)
Dr Sophie Bradley (University of Glasgow)
Prof Irina Moreira (Oporto University)
Dr Chris De Graaf (Sosei Heptares)
Prof Eamonn Kelly (University of Bristol)
Dr Moran Shalev-Benami (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Prof Martin Caffrey (Trinity College Dublin)
Prof Patrick Casey (Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore)
Prof Jana Selent (University of Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
Prof David Gloriam (University of Copenhagen)
Prof Graeme Milligan (University of Glasgow)

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COST Action CA18133

All cells face the vital challenge of sensing their environments and responding in appropriate ways. How are different signalling pathways activated and modulated in precise and reproducible ways? Filling this gap in knowledge is absolutely necessary to advance the next generation of pharmaceutical drugs.

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