Aug 28 – 30, 2019
Lund, Sweden
Europe/Zurich timezone


  • X-rays and neutrons in amyloid research.


    Structural studies of prefibrillar intermediates and amyloid fibrilsAnnette Eva Langkilde, University of Copenhagen

    A molecular mechanism for transthyretin amyloidogenesisTrevor Forsyth, Institut Laue Langevin and France and Keele University

    Insights into molecular mechanisms of self-assembly of amyloids in presence of metalsYifat Miller, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

  • Amyloid structures. Functional amyloids.


    Can high-resolution fibril structures facilitate mechanistic understanding and inhibitor design?” Sara Linse, Lund University

    Nanoscale chemical imaging of protein aggregates in native and physiological liquid environmentSimone Ruggeri, Cambridge University

    Protein-Lipid Co-assembly in Amyloid FormationEmma Sparr, Lund University

    Amyloid protein-membrane interactions: the influence of lipid composition on the kinetics of aggregationCéline Galvagnion, University of Copenhagen

    Bacterial amyloids: Formation and functionDaniel Otzen, Aarhus University

  • Mechanisms of amyloid diseases.


    Mechanisms of synucleinopathiesPoul Henning Jensen, Aarhus University

    In-vitro cross-reactivity of Parkinson’s disease proteinPernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Chalmers University of Technology

    Alzheimer’s beta-amyloid: from normal biology to diseaseGunnar Gouras, Lund University

  • Amyloids in diagnostics and treatment


    Tau pathology in AD: studies using fluid and imaging biomarkersNiklas Mattsson, Lund University

  • Drugs and drug delivery systems to target amyloids