SupraBio 2024

International Symposium on SupraBiomolecular Systems, 8th edition

The recent Nobel Prize attributed Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman for their discoveries concerning nucleoside base modifications that enabled the development of effective mRNA vaccines illustrates the immense potential of nanotechnology-based mRNA assemblies. Thus, recent developments in the field of biomolecular sciences have shown the scientific impact of the resulting systems to contribute to a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines, ranging from fundamental bioorganic chemistry to soft matter, and from chemistry to biology and medicine.

SupraBio 2024 will focus on future directions and frontiers of fundamental researches involving Biomolecules (Nucleic acids) and Bioconjugates self-assembly. Supramolecular systems involving biomolecules offer efficient approaches for numerous biomedical investigations and applications (novel therapeutic approaches, drug delivery, tissue engineering, etc).

In the future, these promising systems will very likely provide tools for the development of advanced technologies in the field of biomedical applications. This 8th edition of the SupraBio focuses on the transversal nature of supramolecular and biomolecular systems, by offering an international forum on the latest advances in the field from basic to applied researches.

The symposium will be attended by around 200 leading international academic experts in the field of supra molecular and biomolecular chemistry and biology.

This edition will be widely open to students and the Graduate Program SITH is a partner of this event.

 



  • FUNDAMENTAL
  • Supramolecular chemistry
  • Biomaterials, Soft matter
  • Bioconjugates self-assembly
  • (nucleic acids, peptides, saccharides, lipids)
  • Bioorganic chemistry


  • APPLICATIONS
  • Tissue engineering
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Bioprinting
  • Nanomedicine
  • Drug Delivery

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Plenary Speakers

12 high profile speakers are invited to give plenary speeches at the 2024 International Symposium on SupraBiomolecular Systems.

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The symposium will be attended by around 100-200 international academic experts.

CHAIRS COMMITTEE

Prof. Philippe Barthélémy

Prof. Philippe Barthélémy

University of Bordeaux - INSERM-CNRS, France

Dr. Valérie Desvergnes

Dr. Valérie Desvergnes

University of Bordeaux - INSERM-CNRS, France

Prof. Eugen Stulz

Prof. Eugen Stulz

University of Southampton, UK

Prof. Mark Grinstaff

Prof. Mark Grinstaff

Boston University, USA

Prof. Stefan Vogel

Prof. Stefan Vogel

University of Southern Denmark, DK

PLENARY SPEAKERS

Dr. Carla Cruz

Dr. Carla Cruz

Chemistry Department, Faculty of Sciences, University of Beira Interior and CICS-UBI, Portugal

Krishna Ganesh

Krishna Ganesh

DST-SERB National Science Chair Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR), India

Dr. Alice Ghidini

Dr. Alice Ghidini

Sixfold Bioscience, RNA Structure & Characterization, UK

Prof. Dorota Gryko

Prof. Dorota Gryko

Institute of Organic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Florian Hollfelder

Florian Hollfelder

University of Cambridge, UK

Prof. Efie Kokkoli

Prof. Efie Kokkoli

Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Institute for NanoBioTechnology, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Dr. Annemieke Madder

Dr. Annemieke Madder

Organic and Biomimetic Chemistry Research group Department of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry Ghent University, Belgium

Prof. Anil Kumar Mishra

Prof. Anil Kumar Mishra

Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, India

Dr. Ling Peng

Dr. Ling Peng

Centre Interdisciplinaire de Nanoscience de Marseille, CNRS, UMR 7325, France

Prof. C.I. Edvard Smith

Prof. C.I. Edvard Smith

Department of Laboratory Medicine Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

 Dr. Seergazhi G. Srivatsan

Dr. Seergazhi G. Srivatsan

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, India

Prof. Roger Stromberg

Prof. Roger Stromberg

Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Dr. Carlo Vascotto

Dr. Carlo Vascotto

International Institute of Molecular Mechanisms and Machines, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

ORGANIZERS

THE CONFERENCE VENUE

Building BBS (Bordeaux Biology Santé), Carreire campus, Bordeaux, France

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT THE PAST EDITIONS

TAKE A LOOK AT THE ABSTRACTS OF PREVIOUS EDITIONS

  • CLICK-17, a DNA enzyme that harnesses ultra-low concentrations of either Cu+ or Cu2+ to catalyze the azide-alkyne ‘click’ reaction in water presented by Prof. Dipankar Sen (more details)
  • Protein Nanopores Reveal Single-Molecule Behavior of DNA & RNA presented by Prof. Cynthia Burrows (more details)
  • Preparing for self-evolving synthetic cells: The importance of translation in evolving mixed-lipid compartments presented by Prof. Peter Strazewski (more details)
  • Vitamin B12 – an intriguing bioheterocycle presented by Prof. Dorota Gryko (more details)
  • Small-molecule detection and enantiopurity measurement using DNA-based sensors presented by Prof. Jen Heemstra (more details)
  • Smart Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Cancer presented by Prof. Álvaro Somoza (more details)
  • Functionalized Nucleosides as Supramolecular Synthons and Probes presented by Dr. Srivatsan Seergazhi Gopalan (more details)
  • Bottom-up design of molecular constructs for biosensing devices: From DNA directed immobilization over stabilized aptamers to artificial receptors presented by Prof. Annemieke Madder (more details)
  • Biomimetic, Fuel-Driven Temporal Supramolecular Polymers presented by Prof. Subi George (more details)
  • Higher Order Structures and Molecular Recognition with Helical Foldamers presented by Dr. Gilles GUICHARD (more details)
  • Interrogating Biology with Nucleic Acid Assemblies presented by Prof.Oliver Seitz (more details)
  • Functional hybrid Au-protein supraparticles for nanodelivery presented by Prof. Francesca Baldelli Bombelli (more details)
  • Supramolecular Fusion of Lipid-Nanoreactors by DNA and PNA presented by Prof. Stefan Vogel (more details)
  • Complex supramolecular systems via subcomponent self-assembly presented by Prof. Jonathan Nitschke (more details)
  • Ion Pair Receptors: From Recognition and Transport to Logic and Self-assembly presented by Prof. Jonathan Sessler (more details)
  • Supramolecular and biomolecules; challenges and futures opporunities? presented by Prof. Philippe Barthélémy (more details)

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