[Computational-biology] Structural Insights to Enhance Drug Discovery

Jim Prudhomme via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by jprudhomme from healthtech.com)
Thu Apr 8 09:47:01 EST 2010


Dear Group,

My company, Cambridge Healthtech Institute, cordially invites you to attend
its 10th anniversary event:

STRUCTURE-BASED DRUG DESIGN:

Multidisciplinary Innovations and Structural Insights to Enhance Drug
Discovery

 

June 23-25, 2010

Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, MA

 

Register by May 14 and Save up to $200

 <http://www.healthtech.com/sbd> www.healthtech.com/sbd

In this program, we wish to highlight some recent breakthrough stories and
successes using SBDD driven by medicinal 
chemistry, computational and biophysical approaches. This conference
continues to offer both new attendees and 
alumni insights into the latest work of community thought-leaders as well as
invaluable networking opportunities.

 

Topics Include:

- Selectivity Optimization: Using Structure to Optimize Selectivity

- In Silico Discovery of Small Molecule Binders

- New Computational Methods in SBDD

- Targeting of Protein-Protein Interactions

- New Advances in Docking

- Impact of SBDD on Small Molecule Drug Discovery

- GPCR Drug Discovery

- Workshop: Therapeutic Target Space: Methods for Druggability Assessment

Speakers and delegates represent both industry & academia.  By attending,
you will interact and share ideas
in a comfortable setting while participating in roundtable discussions, case
studies, networking luncheon, cocktail reception, 
and an exhibit/poster hall.

 

View the full agenda and register at  <http://www.healthtech.com/SBD>
www.healthtech.com/SBD or call 781-972-5400.

 

Interested in Sponsoring and/or Exhibiting?

Contact Katelin Fitzgerald at 781-972-5458,
<mailto:kfitzgerald from healthtech.com> kfitzgerald from healthtech.com

Group Discounts are Available

Contact David Cunningham at 781-972-5472,
<mailto:cunningham from healthtech.com> cunningham from healthtech.com

Regards,

 

James Prudhomme
Cambridge Healthtech Institute



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