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Friday November 21, 2014
08:00Registration
08:50Opening
Dr Laurent PROVINS
(UCB, Braine-l'Alleud, Belgium)
09:00L01 - GPCR-ligand Structures through the Looking Glass: Computer-Aided Prediction of GPCR-Ligand Interactions
Dr Chris DE GRAAF
(VU UNIVERSITY AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
09:50L02 - Nanobodies to Study GPCR Transmembrane Signaling: From Structures to Function to Drugs
Prof. Jan STEYAERT
(VUB, Brussels, Belgium)
10:40Coffee Break
11:15OC01 - Discovery of Donecopride: Design of Dual 5-HT4R Agonists/AChE Inhibitors Multi-Target Directed Ligands for Alzheimer's Disease Treatment
Prof. Christophe ROCHAIS
(UNIVERSITY OF CAEN, Caen, France)
11:35L03 - Dual A2A-NR2B Antagonists: Potential for Unprecedented Activity in Parkinsonís Disease
Mr JoŽl MERCIER
(UCB, BRAINE-L'ALLEUD, Belgium)
12:25Sandwich Lunch
14:00L04 - Biased Ligands, Allosteric Modulation: New Technological Approaches
Dr Stephan SCHANN
(DOMAIN THERAPEUTICS, Strasbourg, France)
14:50OC02 - Novel Histamine H1-Receptor Fluorescent Antagonists for the Study of Receptor-Ligand Interactions
Dr Leigh STODDART
(UNIVERISITY OF NOTTINGHAM , Nottingham, United Kingdom)
15:10OC03 - Identification of Modulators for SUCNR1 BY Screening of a SOSA Library with a Bioluminescent cAMP Assay
Mrs Julie GILISSEN
(ULG, Liege, Belgium)
15:30Coffee Break and Poster Session
16:05L05 - Developing Ligands to Validate the Role of Receptors for Long-chain Fatty Acids in the Treatment of Type II Diabetes
Prof. Graeme MILLIGAN
(UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW, Glasgow, United Kingdom)
16:55L06 - Positive Allosteric Modulators of mGlu2 Receptors for the Treatment of CNS Disorders
Dr Daniel OEHLRICH
(JOHNSON & JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, Beerse, Belgium)
17:45Closing Remarks
Prof. Koen AUGUSTYNS
(UNIVERSITY OF ANTWERP, Antwerp, Belgium)

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