Monthly Webinars

The Target 2035 monthly webinars highlight relevant research topics with a mixture of talks and discussions by prominent scientific leaders and young scientists giving their perspectives and demonstrating the latest enabling technologies.

Recordings of past webinars are available here.


Tuesday, 15 June 2021

10 am EDT / 3 pm BST / 4 pm CEST - by zoom - 

Drugging the dead - selective targeting of pseudokinases

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We now use a single zoom webinar registration for upcoming Target 2035 webinars. 

Register for free: https://ki-se.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-GVR7lZ1QkWbWRwXwQmxJw

Hosted by Natarajan Kannan (University of Georgia, IDG) 

Moderator: Stefan Knapp (Goethe-University Frankfurt, SGC)

Speakers: Patrick Eyers (University of Liverpool, IDG), Ben Major (Washington University in St. Louis, IDG), James Murphy (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne), Michael Lazarus (Mount Sinai School of Medicine)

5 min Stefan Knapp (Goethe-University Frankfurt, SGC) Welcome and introduction 
20 min Patrick Eyers (University of Liverpool, IDG) Hard-to-study pseudokinases: PSKH2 begins to emerge from the dark 
20 min James Murphy (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne) Waking the dead: the emergence of the killer protein, MLKL, as a therapeutic target
20 min Ben Major (Washington University in St. Louis, IDG) Protein-protein Proximity Networks of Understudied Kinases
20 min Michael Lazarus (Mount Sinai School of Medicine) The Incredible ULKs: Trying to Understand the ULK Family and the Mysterious Pseudokinase ULK4

 

Tuesday, 21 September 2021

10 am EDT / 3 pm BST / 4 pm CEST - by zoom - 

Expanding the Target Landscape for Alzheimer's Disease through Open Science

Registration    

We now use a single zoom webinar registration for upcoming Target 2035 webinars. 

Register for free: https://ki-se.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-GVR7lZ1QkWbWRwXwQmxJw

Hosted by Suzana Petanceska (NIH/National Institute on Aging) 

Check back soon for details on the program.