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Logo Contest

Introducing the GPCR Retreat Logo Contest

In anticipation of the next GPCR Retreat, we are delighted to announce the GPCR Retreat Logo Contest. This competition invites creative minds to make a captivating logo representing the essence of GPCR research, collaboration, and scientific excellence.

This contest is a unique opportunity to visually encapsulate the importance and impact of GPCRs in a single iconic symbol. GPCRs play critical roles in many physiological processes, making them a focal point of scientific research with implications for human health and disease.

The logo should embody the multifaceted nature of GPCRs, showcasing their complexity, versatility, and potential for therapeutic interventions. Entrants are encouraged to incorporate material that reflects the diverse fields of study encompassing GPCR research, such as biochemistry, pharmacology, structural biology, and translational medicine.

The organizers, including the GPCR retreat founders Dr. Stephen Ferguson and Dr. Richard Leduc, will carefully evaluate each submission based on originality, visual appeal, conceptual clarity, and ability to evoke a sense of scientific curiosity and importance. All attendees will then vote on the top-ranked logos at the meeting.

The winning logo designer will receive well-deserved recognition and a cash prize of $250.

Their artwork will become the official logo of the GPCR Retreat, featuring prominently on conference materials, websites, and promotional items. Submit your logo and become an integral part of the GPCR Retreat, leaving an indelible mark on our scientific community.

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Great Lakes GPCR Retreat and Club des Récepteurs à Sept Domaines Transmembranaires du Québec

22nd GPCR Retreat Sponsored by


Canada Research Chairs
U of Ottawa
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Bristol Myers Squibb
InversAgo Pharma
Monica Seger and Family
Duke University, Dept. Cell Biology
OHRI Neurosciences Program
University of Toronto Mississauga
Domain Therapeutics NA Inc.
Otsuka Pharmaceuticals
McGill University, Dept. Pharmacol & Exp Ther
University of Toronto, Dept. of Physiology
Hotchkiss Brain Institute,University of Calgary
Université de Montréal, VP Office
Find Therapeutics
University of Toronto, Dept. Pharmacol & Toxicol
Deep Apple
University of Illinois at Chicago (Mark Rasenick)
uOttawa, VP Research Office
American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
University of Western Ontario Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
Université de Sherbrooke, Dept. Pharmacology-Physiology
Research Institute McGill Univ. Health Centre
adMare Bioinnovations
Université de Montréal, Faculty of Medicine
Université de Sherbrooke, Institut de Pharmacologie
Science Signaling
Montana Molecular
uOttawa, Dept. Cellular & Molecular Medicine
uOttawa, Dept. Biochem Microbiol Immunol
uOttawa, Behavioral & Physiology Core