It is theorized that replacement of vital thymus peptides can replace those missing due to atrophy of the thymus brought on by the aging process in much the same way diabetics use insulin. The technology now exists to produce these proteins in their natural intact state. Reintroduction of them in adult humans could have a profound effect on the aging process by restoring the bodies natural ability to defend itself from disease. the thymus gland produces dozens of these proteins and each one may have a specific purpose in human health and aging.
Cambridge Healthtech Institute's 13th Annual Drug Discovery Chemistry is a dynamic conference for medicinal chemists working in pharma and biotech. Focused on discovery and optimization challenges of small molecule drug candidates, this event provides many exciting opportunities for scientists to create a unique program to hear presentations most suited to one's personal interests by going back and forth among concurrent meeting tracks.
New for 2018 is expanded coverage of Small Molecules for Cancer Immunotherapy, plus new coverage of Ubiquitin Proteasome System Inhibitors, Targeting Complex Membrane Proteins, as well as Lead Optimization for Drug Safety.
While most speakers will be invited, if you would like to be considered for a podium presentation, please submit a speaker proposal by September 22 for priority consideration.