We are pleased to invite you to attend a special lecture by Sergey N. Krylov From York University, Toronto, Canada who will deliver a seminar Addressing Analytical Challenges of “DNA-Encoded Library” Technology.
Thursday, September 12th at 13:00. Schulich Faculty of Chemistry, Hall No.1
Sergey N. Krylov is the Research Chair in Bioanalytical Chemistry, Director of Centre for Research on Biomolecular Interactions, and a Professor of Chemistry at York University, Toronto, Canada.
Prof. Krylov is widely recognized for pioneering the field of chemical cytometry. He is one of the most creative analytical chemists and is work is dedicated to the creation of practical tools for use in clinical and industrial settings, with a focus biomolecular interactions, high-throughput drug screening, and aptamer selection methods.
Prof. Krylov is an engaging speaker, and we highly recommend his talk to anyone who is interested in novel tools and methods for biomolecular analysis.