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[Computational-biology] MolSoft ICM Workshop - Protein Structure and Drug Design

Andrew Orry via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by andy from molsoft.com)
Thu Aug 11 20:18:07 EST 2011

Please join us at the next MolSoft ICM Workshop - *Protein Structure and 
Drug Design*.

*September 29th-30th 2011, San Diego, CA*

Click here <http://www.molsoft.com/training.html> for more information 
and a registration form.

Academics =   $399 ($349 before 8/29/11)
Commercial = $799 ($749 before 8/29/11)

The workshop is suitable for chemists and biologists who would like to 
learn more about computational drug discovery, molecular modeling, and 
bioinformatics. No prior knowledge in this field is required to 
participate in this workshop. The workshop will consist of lectures, 
demonstrations, and "hands-on" experiments covering the following topics:

  * Molecular Graphics and Displaying Interactive Molecules in
    PowerPoint and the Web using ActiveICM
  * Sequence <http://www.molsoft.com/bioinformatics_tools.html>and
    Protein Structure
  * Protein Modeling <http://www.molsoft.com/homology.html>and Simulations.
  * Structure Validation
  * Ligand Binding Site Prediction.
  * Protein-Protein Docking.
  * Small Molecule Docking
    <http://www.molsoft.com/small_molecule_docking.html>and Virtual
    Ligand Screening <http://www.molsoft.com/vls.html>.
  * ICM 3D Interactive Ligand Editor
  * Structure-based development of target-specific compound libraries
  * Cheminformatics <http://www.molsoft.com/icm-chemist.html>: chemical
    clustering, searching, superposition etc...
  * QSAR

The workshop is presented by:
Ruben Abagyan - Professor, University of California San Diego
Max Totrov - Principal Scientist, MolSoft LLC
Andrew Orry - Senior Research Scientist, MolSoft LLC

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