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Subject: 10.08.02 eCheminfo Predictive ADME & Toxicology Workshop, Oxford, U.K., 2-6 August, 2010
2-6 August, 2010
Predictive ADMET Workshop: Application of Predictive ADME and Toxicology methods to drug discovery and development, a Hands-on 5 Day eCheminfo Workshop. Case Study Approach on ADME and Tox endpoints and datasets.

Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, 
Oxford University, Oxford, UK 
Bursary award available (deadline February 12, 2010)
facilitated by Barry Hardy 
eCheminfo Community of Practice

A Bursary Award will be used to support the attendance of a selection of academic participants at each workshop. To apply for the bursary please send an email with a) description of your research (ca. 500 words); b) your training needs (ca. 500 words), c) your CV to echeminfo -[at]- by 12 February 2010.  Please see the eCheminfo website for further information on applications.

For further information and questions on the Workshop programs, please contact Dr. Barry Hardy at: echeminfo -[at]-, Tel:  +41 61 851 0170
For registrations, please contact Nicki Douglas, echeminfo -[at]-, Tel:  +41 61 851 0461
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