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Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s 5th Annual

Small Molecule Immuno-Modulators

Towards Anti-Cancer and Autoimmunity Therapies with Oral-Bioavailability Potential

APRIL 2 - 3, 2024


Activating or dampening the immune system with small molecules is the focus of Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Small Molecule Immuno-Modulators conference. The promise of a pill, which small molecule-based therapeutics can provide, eludes the recently successful biologics-based therapies for immuno-oncology or autoimmune conditions. But more importantly, larger antibody-based therapies cannot reach the many intracellular targets being revealed by scientists as key for the immune system to reach its full potential. Many of these immune-system related targets are protein complexes which have typically been difficult to drug by small molecules because the protein-protein interaction (PPI) targets have flat surfaces. However, with the advent of new approaches such as targeted protein degradation (TPD), the drug discovery field is ripe with pill-potential drug leads. Join medicinal chemistry colleagues to share strategies and stay abreast of progress in modulating the immune system for therapeutic benefit.

For more details on the conference, please contact:

Anjani Shah, PhD

Senior Conference Director and Lead Content Director for Drug Discovery Chemistry

Cambridge Healthtech Institute

Phone: (+1) 781-247-6252



For sponsorship information, please contact:

Kristin Skahan

Senior Business Development Manager

Cambridge Healthtech Institute

Phone: (+1) 781-972-5431