You are cordially invited to Washington, D.C. for the 22nd International Conference on Cytochrome P450. The Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City from June 13 – 17, 2021. Online registration will be available in the fall of 2020.
The International Conference on Cytochrome P450 was established in 1976 and has developed into a biennial international series with meetings rotating between Europe, North America and the Asia-Pacific. The Washington, D.C. meeting will be the first in the U.S. since 2013.
ICCP450 in Washington, D.C. will bring together researchers and students from diverse disciplines who study P450s from various perspectives and for different reasons. The conference program will consist of a rich schedule of presentations at the forefront of P450 research in four overarching themes:
- P450 biochemistry, biophysics and structural biology
- P450s in drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics/dynamics, and as therapeutic targets.
- Discovery of novel P450s with distinct functions from across the biosphere.
- Synthetic biology of P450s: engineering novel systems for pharmaceutical and other applications.
The ICCP450 in Washington, D.C. offers an excellent opportunity for companies to not only build relationships with their regular customers and partners from academia, but it also gives a unique chance to present their products to new customers and to intensify networking with universities and research institutions.
Monuments and memorials, eclectic neighborhoods, true local flavor – Washington, DC is a place unlike any other. The nation's capitol and the surrounding greater Washington region offers world-class, free museums and monuments, historical and cultural sites, internationally recognized research institutes and hospitals, all within America’s front yard. The conference will take place in Crystal City located in northern Virginia, less than 5 miles outside of the nation's capital.
I invite you to present your work to the international P450 research community and look forward to welcoming you to Washington D.C. in June 2021.
John C. Hackett
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