This January and February, Bio-Techne presents a series of conference-level talks based on key advances in Bioconjugation.

Join us on 20th January at 4pm GMT for the second of 3 exceptional presentations by established speakers in the field. Register here for the timetable and to receive email updates about the conference.

During this session, Dr Chudasama will talk about novel methods for the modification of cysteines and disulfides on peptides and proteins. There will be a particular focus on antibody modification with recent highlights on bispecific conjugates also described.

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Date and Time
Thursday, January 20, 2022 4:00 PM 04:00 pm - 05:00 pm GMT+0
Speakers Dr Vijay Chudasama

Prof. Vijay Chudasama is a research group leader at UCL, a holder of a number of prestigious awards, including the Ramsay Medal (2011), 1st Prize at Final Year Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology PhD Presentation Competition (2011),  Lilly Postgraduate Prize Day (2010), 1st Prize at UCL Chemistry Postgraduate Poster Competition (2010)  and UCL Graduate School Research Scholarship (2008, 2009, 2010). He has been highlighted as a future leader in Science by Forbes magazine and the Royal Society of Chemistry.

In 2016, Vijay was cited as being one of CNN News’ 2020 visionaries for his work in the field of antibody-drug conjugates before being promoted to a Reader position at UCL in the section of Organic Chemistry & Chemical Biology. In 2017, Prof. Chudasama was highlighted by GSK at their prestigious GSK Emerging Academics Symposium for his work on the treatment of cancer. He was then selected as the 2018 Howard Prize Lecturer, which celebrates world leading mid-career academics working in the biophysical sciences (BSI).

Most recently, in late 2019, he was promoted to Professor of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology at UCL. He has close to a 100 publications.


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