23 November 2022

SCI-RSC Workshop on Computational Tools for Drug Discovery 2022

Organised by:

SCI’s Fine Chemicals group and RSC's Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group

The Studio, Birmingham, UK

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Synopsis

All scientists working in drug discovery need tools and techniques for handling chemical information. This workshop offers a unique opportunity to try out a range of software packages for themselves with expert tuition in different aspects of pre-clinical drug discovery. Attendees will be able to choose from sessions covering data processing and visualisation; ligand and structure-based design, or ADMET prediction run by the software providers. All software and training materials required for the workshop will be provided for attendees to install and run on their own laptops and use for a limited period afterwards.


Attendees

Attendance is recommended for chemists working in the pharmaceutical, biotech, life sciences and agrochemicals sectors, particularly early career scientists or those working in SMEs, start-ups or academia.


Sponsorship

For further information and prices, please email conferences@soci.org.


Programme

The programme will be announced in due course.


Venue and Contact

The Studio

Unit 7 Caxton Gate Cannon Street
Birmingham
B2 5EP

Conference Team

Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561

Email: conferences@soci.org


Fees
The fees will be announced in due course.

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Organising Committee
  • Neil Berry, University of Liverpool

  • Al Dossetter, SCI / Managing Director, Medchemica Ltd

  • Daniel Hamza, SCI / Principal Scientist, Sygnature Discovery

  • Caroline Low, SCI / Computational Medicinal Chemistry Consultant

  • Jayshree Mistry, SCI / Modgraph Consultants

  • Pascal Savy, SCI / Charles River Laboratories

  • Chris Swain, Cambridge MedChem Consulting