Dr Michael Morton will be attending Sophion’s Ion Channel Modulation Symposium, on the 19th to 20th of June 2019, at Clare College in Cambridge, UK.
Sophion was founded almost twenty years ago by a group of passionate electrophysiologists and offers the some of the most flexible automated patch clamp systems on the market today.
The Ion Channel Modulation Symposium provides a valuable platform to bring together leading ion channel researchers from academia and drug discovery with the purpose of stimulating discussion, developing collaborations, and sharing the latest advances and cutting-edge research of this important class of receptors.
Invited speakers will discuss a range of ion channel topics from new therapeutic targets to advances in techniques for the study of ion channels as well as ‘traditional’ ion channel targets such as pain, inflammation, cardiovascular and neurological. The meeting aims to cover a broad range of ion channels and to present issues that are important in their modulation for the purpose of drug discovery and to look at innovative technologies and approaches to this research.
“Sophion’s Annual Symposium is one of the premiere events in the ion channel calendar and Sophion are always wonderful hosts. I’m looking forward to catching up with old (and new) colleagues and discussing new developments in the field”, commented Mike.