[Parasitology] Reserve the date - Mar 5th for CDD Infectious Disease Commun ity Meeting at UCSF

Rita Stanikunaite via parasite%40net.bio.net (by rita from collaborativedrug.com)
Thu Feb 22 16:25:41 EST 2007


Dear Kosta Y. Mumcuoglu,

I am contacting you about the First Annual
(Collaborative Drug Discovery) CDD Community Meeting
hosted by the Gladstone Institute and QB3 at the UCSF,
Mission Bay Campus in San Francisco , California . 
This free event is focused on helping academics do
drug discovery with a special initial emphasis on the
developing world disease research community.

This collaborative forum will be held on Monday, March
5th 2007 from 1:00-6:00 pm on the 1st Floor of the J.
David Gladstone Institute Auditorium.  Feel free to
forward this to anyone you know who may be interested
in attending or presenting posters too.  Here is the
formal invitation:

If this is of interest to you (still accepting
attendees and posters), just register for free online
at: 

http://www.acteva.com/go/cdd  

The collaborative community includes leading experts
on developing world infectious disease research from a
rapidly expanding list of top institutions including
Stanford, UCSF, UC Berkeley, UCLA, UW, SBRI, St. Jude
CRH, U. Penn, Cedar Sinai, Univ. of Cape Town, Univ.
of Sydney, and industry too.  Two major themes of this
event are:

1)Public-Private-Partnerships for Global Health Issues

2)“Open” concepts for Collaborative Drug Discovery on
Infectious Disease Research

 
Here are the details of this free half-day event (feel
free to invite or forward to others):

 
Collaborative Drug Discovery

First Annual Community Meeting 

Monday, March 5th 2007 1:00-6:00 pm; Auditorium: J.
David Gladstone Institute (1st Floor)

Hosted by Gladstone Institute and QB3 at the UCSF,
Mission Bay Campus

 
Confirmed Speakers and Events:

Symposium of leading experts

Dr. Christopher Lipinski, Pfizer, retired. (Keynote
presentation) 
Jim McKerrow, Professor, Dept. of Pathology, QB3 –
UCSF 
Matt Bogyo, Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Stanford
Medical School 
Andrej Sali, Professor, Dept of Biopharmaceutical
Sciences, QB3 - UCSF 
Dr. Anang Shelat, St. Jude Children’s Research
Hospital . 
 

Who should attend?

Scientists working in drug discovery 
Researchers who have collaborations requiring complex
data sharing 
Students who want to learn more about the drug
discovery industry 
Current CDD users who want to set the direction of
collaborative software  
Anyone interested in new drugs for diseases of the
developing works and global health  
   

Symposium – Coffee/Snacks – Demos – Posters –
Networking – Wine Reception 

 
Registration is free.  Register online (for free) at
http://www.acteva.com/go/cdd.


Let me know if you have any questions. 

Thank you,

Rita Stanikunaite








 
  Rita Stanikunaite, PhD
  Advisor for Scientific Program and Innovations
  Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc. (CDD, Inc.)
  Tel: 510-418-3765
  E-mail: rita from collaborativedrug.com
  Web: www.collaborativedrug.com
  "Archive, Mine, Collaborate"
   
   



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