|CCL 07.10.15 Latest Advances in Drug Discovery and Development, Bryn Mawr College, Philadelphia, USA|
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Date: Mon Jun 11 07:04:26 2007
Subject: 07.10.15 Latest Advances in Drug Discovery and Development, Bryn Mawr College, Philadelphia, USA
Please join us for the eCheminfo Autumn Community of Practice meeting at Bryn Mawr College running the week of October 15. In addition to five conference sessions on structural biology, screening, fragment-based design, SBDD, and ADMET running 16-18 October, attendance is also possible at the two workshop programs on virtual screening (15-16 October) and Predictive ADME and Toxicology (17-19 October). Please see links below for further program information. Hands-on workshops and poster sessions are also part of the planned program activity. If interested in presenting a poster, please submit an abstract (ca. 300-500 words) for review to eCheminfo^-^douglasconnect.com Do come join us for the special "little Oxford" type atmosphere we have at Bryn Mawr College, where I am confident you will find good opportunities for networking, discussing collaborations and latest scientific research, developing funding and business opportunities and participating in the numerous Knowledge Cafe sessions we are holding this year. Best regards Barry Hardy Community of Practice Manager Douglas Connect Latest Advances in Drug Discovery & Development a Community of Practice Meeting and Workshop 15-19 October 2007 Bryn Mawr College, Philadelphia, USA Discovery Program and Schedule on Website: http://echeminfo.colayer.net/COMTY_conferencesprog07 Screening Workshop: http://www.echeminfo.com/COMTY_screeningforumbm07 ADME and Toxicology Workshop: http://www.echeminfo.com/COMTY_admeforumbm07 Registration: Contact Nicki Douglas, Email: nicki.douglas^-^douglasconnect.com. Academic, early registration and group discounts are available. eCheminfo Conference Sessions & Chairs: Virtual Screening, chaired by Christopher Austin (NIH) Structure-based Drug Design, chaired by Jose Duca (Schering-Plough) Fragment-based Drug Discovery, chaired by Maria Kontoyianni (Crystax Pharmaceuticals) Structural Biology, chaired by Max Cummings (Johnson & Johnson PR&D) Predictive ADME/Toxicology, chaired by Tony Hopfinger (University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy) Confirmed Invited Speakers for eCheminfo Program: Stephen Burley (SGX Pharmaceuticals), Georgia McGaughey (Merck), Charles Lesburg (Schering-Plough), Rick Beger (FDA), Marc Nicklaus (NIH), Woody Sherman (Schrodinger), Daniel Cheney (Bristol Myers Squibb), Paul Labute (Chemical Computing Group), Ajay Jain (UCSF), Alan Cheng (Amgen), Tony Hopfinger (University of New Mexico), Anthony Klon (Pharmacopeia Drug Discovery), Artem Cherkasov (University of British Columbia), Dennis Pelletier (Pfizer), Chaohong Sun (Abbott), Xavier Barril (University of Barcelona), Jose Duca (Schering-Plough), Terry Stouch (Lexicon Pharmaceuticals), Natasja Brooijmans (Wyeth), Gerard Kleywegt (University of Uppsala), Vladimir Poroikov (Russian Academy of Sciences), Christoph Helma (in silico toxicology), Ann Richard (EPA), Judy Madden (Liverpool John Moores University), Julian Tirado-Rives (Yale), Heather Carlson (University of Michigan), Joseph Tomaszewski (NCI), Joseph Contrera (FDA), Christopher Austin (NIH), Jerome Hert (UCSF)NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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