[Computational-biology] Program Available - Latest Advances in Drug Discovery Informatics: eCheminfo 2009 InterAction Meeting; Philadelphia Oct 09

Robby via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by Rob.Reedijk from douglasconnect.com)
Fri Jun 26 09:08:08 EST 2009


The program with abstracts for the Autumn eCheminfo Community of
Practice meeting on Latest Advances in Drug Discovery Informatics is
now almost complete and available at http://echeminfo.com/comty_conferencesprog09
and will be updated there as remaining abstracts are received.
The meeting will take place October 13-16, 2009 at Bryn Mawr College,
Philadelphia.

The topics addressed this year will include Structure-based Drug
Design Applications and Methods, Macromolecular Interactions and
Networks, Chemical Biological Data Analysis and Visualisation, PDB
Ligands, and Combining in vitro and in silico Techniques in Predictive
Toxicology Applications.

This meeting will take place concurrently with the InnovationWell 2009
meeting addressing the topics of Collaboration in Discovery and
Development, Translational Bioinformatics, Systems Biology and
Biomarkers, Blood Brain Barrier modeling and Predictive Toxicology.

A pre-conference best practices workshop on Predicting Binding Energy
Affinities will take place October 12, 2009 and is open to all
conference registrants.

To download a pdf of the program:
http://barryhardy.blogs.com/files/echeminfoprogrambrynmawr09.pdf

To register for the meeting, please visit:
http://echeminfo-bm910.eventsbot.com/


Contact:
Program: Dr. Barry Hardy, eCheminfo Community of Practice, Douglas
Connect. Tel: +41 61 851 0170. email:  barry.hardy -[at]-
douglasconnect.com

Registration Enquiries: Nicki Douglas, Douglas Connect, Baermeggenweg
14, 4314 Zeiningen, Switzerland. Tel: +41 61 851 0461. echeminfo -
[at]-
douglasconnect.com

Meeting Support: Rob Reedijk, eCheminfo Community of Practice,
Douglas
Connect. email: rob.reedijk -[at]- douglasconnect.com



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