CCL: Computationally Driven Drug Discovery Meeting - Rome 28-29 March 2019

 Sent to CCL by: "Stefano  Alcaro" []
 On March 28-29  2019, under the auspices of  the Division of Medicinal Chemistry
 of the SCI the Centro Congressi Europa Sala Italia of the Universit Cattolica
 del Sacro Cuore at Largo Francesco Vito 1, Rome will host the Computationally
 Driven Drug Discovery Meeting (CDDD 6th Meeting)
 Following the previous editions held in LAquila in 2011, in Genova 2013, in
 Verona 2014, in Pomezia 2016 and in Milan 2017, the convention aims to gather
 together researchers who make use of techniques such as computational chemistry,
 chemoinformatics, QSAR, property prediction to direct their effort towards
 integrated drug discovery program.
 Researchers from both academia and industry are cordially invited to attend and
 to contribute to set up the state of the art of the discipline in Italy.
 Expected outcomes of the convention are:
 - to promote a deep scientific discussion in the multifaceted field of
 computational drug discovery;
 - to promote the mutual acquaintance of research groups and to devise potential
 areas of collaboration;
 - to promote the integration between industrial needs and academic expertise
 towards more effective drug discovery programs.
 The sessions will be focused on topical issues among which Kinetics and
 residence time in drug discovery, Cryptic and allosteric pocket identification
 and related computational methods, and Big data and machine Learning.
 The participation to the convention is free, but the number of participants is
 limited to 80. The selection will be made by the scientific committee on the
 basis of first come, first serve.
 All those who are interested in participating must send an email to
 Info at the web site
 Best regards
 The scientific committee
 - Stefano Alcaro (Universit di Catanzaro)
 - Andrea Cavalli (Universit di Bologna e IIT, Genova)
 - Maria Cristina De Rosa (local organizer, CNR, Rome)
 - Rosella Ombrato (Angelini, Pomezia)
 - Luca Sartori (S-IN, Soluzioni Informatiche, Vicenza)
 - Francesca Spyrakis (Universit di Torino)
 - Giulio Vistoli (Universit di Milano)