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Subject: 08.06.17 A Practical Introduction to Chemoinformatics, The University of Sheffield, UK
A Practical Introduction to Chemoinformatics
June 17th-20th 2008
The University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield will be hosting the above short course
which is supported by the Chemical Structure Association Trust (CSAT) and the
Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society (MGMS). This intensive short course,
which has been run on an annual basis since 2000, provides an introduction to
the major aspects of Chemoinformatics, with particular emphasis on applications
in modern drug discovery. The course will comprise a mixture of hands-on
workshops using state-of-the-art software, lectures, and informal discussions
and will be delivered by world leaders in the field from academia and industry.

Please note that places on the course are limited to 18.
Two student bursaries will be available thanks to generous support provided by
the CSAT and the MGMS. Details on how to apply for these are available on the
For further details see: or contact
Val Gillet (v.gillet*
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