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Date: Tue Sep 29 21:46:18 2015
Subject: 16.03.13 EXTENDED DEADLINE TO 12th OCTOBER 2015 CALL FOR PAPERS ACS Meeting
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EXTENDED DEADLINE
CALL FOR PAPERS Upcoming ACS Meeting "Computers in Chemistry" ,
San Diego, California, March 13-17, 2016 
DEADLINE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: October 12th, 2015
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It is a great pleasure to announce the 251st ACS National Meeting &
Exposition Theme : "Computers in Chemistry", which will take
place in San Diego in March 13-17, 2016.

On behalf of the CINF Programming Committee for ACS Meeting, I encourage
you to submit your abstracts to our CINF symposia,  especially the
symposium which I am organizing:

"Towards the integration of Quantitative and Systems Pharmacology
into drug discovery: a systems level understanding of therapeutic and
toxic effects of drugs”, cosponsored by MEDI and TOXI
ACS divisions
http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/abstract-submissions/acsnm251/division-of-chemical-information.html

Brief description of the symposium:
Over the past three decades, the predominant paradigm in drug discovery
was designing selective ligands for a specific target to avoid unwanted
side effects. However, in the last 5 years, the aim has shifted to take
into account the biological network in which they interact. Quantitative
and Systems Pharmacology (QSP) is a new paradigm that aims to understand
how drugs modulate cellular networks in space and time, in order to
predict drug targets and their role in human pathophysiology.

The goal of this symposium is to go trough the current computational and
experimental QSP approaches such as polypharmacology techniques combined
with systems biology information and consider the use of new tools and
ideas in a wider ‘systems-level’
context in order to design new drugs with improved efficacy and fewer
unwanted off-target effects.

Abstracts may be submitted via the ACS online Program & Abstract
Creation System (PACS) at: 
https://acsmaps.abstractcentral.com/members/client/acs.jsp.  
You do not have to be an ACS member to create an account for PACS
(although if you have a login for the ACS site, you can use that). PACS is
open for abstract submissions and it will close to authors on October 12th
2016 for CINF Division. You can learn more about American Chemical Society
Meetings by visiting the website http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings.html

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I look
forward to hearing from you and hope you can join us in San Diego in March 2016!

Please, accept my apologies if this message reached someone not interested
in the subject. Please, contact me if you do not want any further related
news about future events in order not to be included in the mailing list.

Best regards,

Violeta Isabel Perez Nueno

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