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Cheminformatics for Drug Design: Data, Models and Tools

This meeting will allow medicinal chemists and scientists involved in drug design to meet and discuss the latest developments and best practices.
When Oct 12, 2016
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Imperial War Museum, Duxford, UK
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Synopsis

Cheminformatics for Drug Design: Data, Models & Tools is a dynamic and rapidly evolving field which is at the heart of modern drug design. This meeting will allow medicinal chemists and scientists involved in drug design to meet and discuss the latest developments and best practices. The meeting topics will include decision-making using data and models, drug design tools for medicinal chemists, software for sharing ideas and collaboration.
The meeting will comprise a high quality programme of plenary lectures, plus both a poster session, and a commercial exhibition.

Programme

10.00 Registration and refreshments
   
10.30 Integrating cheminformatics tools into the med chem desktop
Paul Mortenson, Astex
   
11.15 New inspiration with DataWarrior's open views. A tool to freely visualize and analyze your data
Isabelle Giraud, Actelion
   
11.45 Multi-parameter optimisation 
Matt Segall, Optibrium
   
12.15 Lunch, posters and exhibition
   
13.45 Cheminformatics: Empowering collaborative drug discovery and development 
Julian Blagg, The Institute of Cancer Research
   
14.15 Application of cheminformatics tools to library design 
Vivienne Allen, Charles River Laboratories
   
14.45 The impact of molecular modeling on drug discovery projects: real-world examples
Jérôme Hert, Roche
   
15.15 Refreshment break
   
15.45 Extracting actionable knowledge from large scale in vitro pharmacology data 
Al Dossetter, Medchemica
   
16.15 Application of artificial intelligence to drug design
David Leahy, Discovery Bus Ltd
   
17:00 Close of meeting and opportunity to view museum

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