New York University, 435 E. 30St, Science Building
10010 New York City, NY, United States
The Schwartz Lecture Hall and Lobby
We are happy to be hosting ICMS® in the United States again after a lengthy lockdown. The meeting will be an in-person meeting, taking place on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th of November 2022. This year the meeting is organised together with New York University. Also, the meeting will take place at their beautiful premises in central New York City.
The Ion Channel Modulation Symposium gathers a broad range of people from academia, CROs and pharmaceutical companies to discuss the science of ion channel modulation. The symposium provides more than 20 speakers with an audience of 130 and has been fully attended in both 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
The invited speakers will address a spectrum of ion channel topics, such as new therapeutic targets, advances in the understanding of ion channel protein structures, advances in techniques for the study of ion channels and ‘traditional’ ion channel targets such as pain, inflammation, cardiovascular and neurological. The meeting aims to cover a broad range of ion channels and present issues that are important in their modulation for the purpose of drug discovery and look at innovative technologies and approaches to this research.
Registration will open shortly
Attending the two-day meeting is free of charge.
- Presentations by international leaders in the ion channel field
- Poster sessions
- Luncheons, coffee and tea
- Informal networking
- Drinks reception
More information about accommodation will follow shortly.
Delegate quote from a previous ICMS: