Inaugural Protein Computational Tools
Hotel Del Coronado
1500 Orange Ave.
Coronado, California
Mathematical Data Modeling Solutions

Computational life science modeling has emerged as an important tool from academic research to advance industrial applications which support strategic decision
making throughout the protein production pipeline. High-throughput technologies are producing reliable and quantitative data that aid engineering methods to
model complex biological systems. This meeting provides the opportunity for protein scientists, engineers, and chemists generating data, computer engineers and
bioinformaticists modeling data, and drug developers, formulators, and bioprocessors utilizing the data models to foster discussion and drive production strategies
in this dynamic research discipline.

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, January 13, 2011
13:00:00 Conference Registration
13:30:00 Featured Speakers From Protein Structure to function
13:45:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
13:50:00 High-Throughput Computational Strategies for Proteomics Philip. E Bourne
14:20:00 Defining the Role of Proteases and Modulating their Activity in Complex Biological Systems Using Computational Methods Charles S. Craik
14:50:00 Drug & Vaccine Development from Envelope Glycoproteins to GPCRs Mark Chance
15:20:00 Sponsored Presentation
15:35:00 Refreshment Break | Exhibit and Poster Viewing
16:25:00 from rational design to biotherapy
16:30:00 Plastic Antibodies | The Design, Synthesis, and Evaluation of Synthetic Polymer Biomacromolecular Receptors Kenneth Shea
17:00:00 Protein Stabilization by the Rational Design of Surface Charge-Charge Interactions George Makhatadze
17:30:00 Panel Discussion with Afternoon Speakers Philip. E Bourne, Mark Chance, Charles S. Craik, George Makhatadze, Kenneth Shea
18:00:00 Close of Day
Friday, January 14, 2011
07:30:00 Breakfast Presentation | Coffee
08:10:00 from computers to the clinic
08:15:00 Chairperson’s Remarks
08:20:00 Designing Countermeasures to the Anthrax Toxin Lethal Factor Using Topomeric Searching Elizabeth A. Amin
08:50:00 The Implications of Patterns in HIV Diversity for Neutralizing Antibody Induction and Susceptibility S. Gnana Gnanakaran
09:20:00 Using the Immune Epitope Database for Epitope Prediction and Analysis Bjoern Peters
09:50:00 Sponsored Presentation
10:05:00 Coffee Break | Exhibit and Poster Viewing
10:45:00 Poster Awards | Exhibit Hall
11:00:00 Computational Prediction of B-Cell and T-Cell Epitopes Vasant Honavar
11:30:00 Title to be Announced
12:00:00 MPtopo Database Stephen White
12:30:00 Close of Morning Session
12:45:00 Luncheon Presentations | or Lunch on Your Own
13:55:00 from modeling to predicting protein aggregation
14:00:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
14:05:00 Comparability Assessments with Biopharmaceutical Dosage Forms: Analytical Challenges and Opportunities David B. Volkin
14:35:00 Structure-Based Design of Therapeutic Antibodies for Improved Developability Sandeep Kumar
15:05:00 A Chemometric Approach towards Assessing the Aggregation Propensity of Polypeptides Mark Manning
15:35:00 Foldit | Video Games for Scientific Discovery in Biochemistry Seth Cooper
16:05:00 End of Conference
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