On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to the V Chemical Biology Group Meeting (V GEQB), organized by the specialized group of Chemical Biology (GEQB) of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (RSEQ).

The meeting, to be held at the auditorium of the Institute of Parasitology and Biomedicine López Neyra (CSIC) in Granada, February 19-21, 2020, has been envisaged as an opportunity for researchers in all areas of chemical biology to update into a single scientific event with a program that reflects cutting edge research in a large variety of inter-related areas. An impressive roster of internationally known speakers, from Italy, France, Netherlands, Spain and other European countries, as well as USA, has been enlisted for the plenary and invited lectures. These ones will be completed by a good number of oral, flash and poster communications to be selected from the submitted abstracts.

The biennial meetings of the RSEQ Chemical Biology Group started in 2012 in Santiago de Compostela and have successfully continued in Bilbao, 2014 (jointly with the 14th Iberian Peptide Meeting), Madrid, 2016 (this time jointly with the RSEQ specialized group on carbohydrates) and Barcelona, 2018 (jointly with the 16th Iberian Peptide Meeting).

We invite you to include the V GEQB in your plans and will be delighted if you can join us in this exciting occasion, with the attendant opportunity of expanding the scope of your research, meeting old and new colleagues and, why not, experiencing the vibrant city life of Granada.

See you in February at the V GEQB!!

With best personal regards,  

Juan Carlos Morales                     Co-chair

Sonsoles Martín Santamaría    Co-chair

Ana Conejo García                        Co-chair




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