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ANGELES-BOZA Alfredo, University of Connecticut, USA

Title: Targeting intracellular bacteria with metal-binding peptides

BAL Wojciech, Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Title: Hidden players: how transient species orchestrate copper trafficking

BLINDAUER Claudia, Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom

Title: The merits of Electrospray Ionisation and Ion-Mobility Mass spectrometry for metal-binding peptides

BOULMEDAIS Fouzia, Institut Charles Sadron, Strasbourg, France

Title: Self‐defensive peptidic based coatings against bacteria and yeast

CAKIR-KIEFER Céline, URAFPA, University of Lorraine, France

Title: Antioxidant and divalent metal chelating properties of milk lactoferrin

CLEMENS Stephan, Chair of Plant Physiology and Faculty of Life Sciences: Food, Nutrition and Health, University of Bayreuth, Germany

Title: Phytochelatins – multi-tasking metal-binding peptides

COTTEN Myriam, Department of Applied Science, William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA-USA

Title: A Tale of Aromatic Rings: Copper Coordination within a Membrane-active Peptide

      DALLINGER Reinhard, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Title: Complementary Roles of Metallothioneins and Phytochelatins in Cd Detoxification of Animals? Facts and Questions

DELANGLE Pascale, CEA, Grenoble, France

Title: Uranyl-binding peptides to shed light on uranium toxicity at the molecular level

DELSUC Nicolas, Laboratoire des biomolécules, LBM, Département de chimie, Ecole normale supérieure, PSL University, Sorbonne Université, Paris, France

Title: Setting-up a combinatorial strategy to discover efficient catalysts mimicking antioxidant metalloenzymes

FAHRNI Christoph, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia, USA

Title: Redox-modulator or metal buffer? Elucidating the role of glutathione in cellular copper homeostasis

FITZGERALD R.J. Dick, University of Limerick, Irland

Title: Milk proteins as a source of mineral binding peptides

 FREISINGER Eva, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Title: Metallothioneins – Proteins with Peptidic Properties

FROMM Katharina, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Title: How antimicrobial silver interacts with peptide excerpts from efflux pump proteins

GAMEZ Patrick, Universitat de Barcelona and ICREA, Spain

Title: Oligopeptides as Cu2+/Cu+ redox silencers

GONTIER Amandine, Dynamic Biosensors, Germany

Title: heliX®: the modular biosensor for analyzing metal-binding peptides

HEMMINGSEN Lars, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Title: Applications of PAC spectroscopy to metal binding peptides: From metal site structure & dynamics to molecular rotational correlation times

HUREAU Christelle, LCC, Toulouse, France

Title: Targeting copper(II/I) ions with short ATCUN-like and hybrid peptides in the context of Alzheimer’s disease

HECEL Aleksandra, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Title: Cu(I) binding to a novel metallothionein from Y. lipolytica

IRANZO Olga, Aix-Marseille Université, France

Title: A bioinspired peptidic approach to develop copper catalysts for sustainable oxidation reactions

IVANCICH Anabella, CNRS, Marseille, France

Title: A further twist on functional heme-binding coiled coils

JACOBSEN Charlotte, National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Title: Antioxidant effects of metal chelating peptides from potato, seaweed and single cell proteins: Application in emulsions

JORGENSEN Michael, Purdue University, USA

Title: Metal-promoted Assembly of Peptide-based Materials for Regenerative Medicine

KORENDOVYCH Ivan, Syracuse University, USA

Title: Short peptides assemble in the presence of metal ions to form efficient catalysts

      KOTRBA Pavel, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic

Title: Hunting for metal-binding peptides in macrofungi and linking them to metal (hyper)accumulation traits

KREZEL Artur, Department of Chemical Biology, Faculty of Biotechnology University of Wrocław, Poland

Title: Irreversible silver binding to zinc finger peptides causes the formation of multinuclear AgnSn clusters and loss of their function

LACHOWICZ Joanna, University of Cagliari, Italy

Title: Metal/Thymosin β4 complexes in cell development,  progression and death

LAURENCE A. Angel, Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, Texas, USA

Title: Threshold Collision-Induced Dissociation of Ni(II) and Zn(II) Ternary Complexes of Metal Binding Peptides with Nitrilotriacetic Acid

MARECHAL Jean Didier, InSiliChem Laboratory, Departament de Química, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Title: Molecular modelling of metallopeptides: strategies and applications

MELONI Gabriele, University of Texas, Dallas, USA

Title: Copper(I)-thiolate cluster assembly and metal selectivity bias in metallothionein-3

METZLER-NOLTE Nils, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany

Title: A Bioorganometallic Journey from Peptide Bioconjugates to Novel Metal-based Antibiotics

OOHORA Koji, Osaka University, Japan

Title: Construction of stimuli-responsive materials containing a metalloporphyrin-peptide conjugate as a building block

PEACOCK Anna, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Title: What can lanthanide coiled coils do for us?

PECORARO Vincent, University of Michigan, USA

  Title: Divergent Reactivities of Cu in Designed Coiled Coils

PERRY Carole, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom

Title: Studies at the silica-peptide interface

PLATTS Jamie, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Title: Accelerated Molecular Dynamics Exploration of Metal Binding to Amyloid-Beta

RAVETTI Duran Renan, Innovation Scientist, Polypeptide Group

Title: Challenges and opportunities in downstream process for large scale peptide manufacturing

RUTHSTEIN Sharon, Bar Ilan University, Israël

Title: Utilizing EPR spectroscopy to resolve metal-peptide interaction

SAWADA Tomohisa Tokyo, Japan

Title: Metal-induced peptide folding and assembly

SENEQUE Olivier, CEA, Grenoble, France

Title: Illuminating peptides with lanthanides: design of selective luminescent sensors

SHEARER Jason, Trinity University San Antonio, USA

Title: Understanding Differential {Fe-O2}n– Reactivity Effected By Mononuclear Non-Heme Iron Containing Metalloenzymes Using Metallopeptide Based Models

SHOSHAN Michal, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Title: Lead-Detoxifying Short Peptides

TEGONI Matteo, University of Parma, Italy

Title: Copper binding at His-His sites of model peptides: implications on oxidase activity

THULSTRUP Peter W., University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Title: A short peptide motif forming a stable single-turn alpha helix upon interaction with Ag(I)

UDENIGWE Chibuike, University of Ottawa, Canada

Title: Molecular interaction of zinc-binding food compounds with ADAM17/TACE and their functions

VALENSIN Daniela, Siena, Italy

Title: Impact of Copper Coordination on molecular processes associated to Neurodegeneration

VARNAGY Katalin, Debrecen, Hungary

Title: Modelling of metal binding sites of natural proteins with oligopeptide-metal complexes

WEZYNFELD Nina, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Title: Diversity of copper complexes of amyloid-beta peptides and their (redox) activity

YING Liming, Imperial College of London, United Kingdom

Title: Shedding Light on the Kinetic Mechanism of Amyloid-β Metal Ion Interactions by Ultrasensitive Fluorescence