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Date: Thu Apr 15 03:47:13 2021
Subject: 21.04.29 Webinar: New frontiers in CNS - From target selection to small molecules design - April 29th & May 6th, 2021
Pharmacelera invites Drug Discovery professionals to sign up for the first 
2 sessions of the 2021 PharmWebinars on CNS, GPCRs, and Fragment-Based DD.

Session one "New frontiers in CNS: From target selection to small 
molecules design" on April 29th, 2021 at 4 PM CET / 10 AM EDT will cover CNS 
challenges in drug discovery, showcasing medicinal and computational chemistry 
case studies, across a range of modalities and target classes, 
as well as covering more general topics of relevance to scientists. 

Focus will be on overcoming the most common issues when dealing with CNS drug 
design, and exploration of innovative and advanced scientific achievements 
in the treatment of neurological disorders. 

Session 2: "New frontiers in CNS: Virtual Screening Case study 
for CNS" scheduled for May 6th, 2021 at 4 PM CET / 10 AM EDT. 

The meetings aim to be interactive, and the event will offer excellent 
scientific and networking opportunities for all those working in the early 
stages of drug discovery.

For more information on the speakers, topics, and the whole Webinar Series, 
please visit new.pharmacelera.com.

Contact Email: mel(dot)berg(at)pharmacelera(dot)com
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