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This one-day symposium is aimed at exploring the latest approaches in drug discovery and will review the hottest topics towards discovering the drugs of tomorrow. Bringing together a wide range of industrial speakers, the day will cover a broad range of approaches and new targets within drug discovery.
Topics will cover both small molecule drug discovery as well as looking at those approaches to larger molecules such as antibody drug conjugates and bicyclic peptides. The meeting will cover a range of topics, from exploring the ways artificial intelligence and computational chemistry can impact drug discovery, to new targets for research within deubiquintinating enzymes and immune-oncology.
|09.40||Introduction and welcome|
|09.50||The challenges of prosecuting RNA-modifying enzymes as drug discovery targets
Dr. David Hardick, Storm Therapeutics
Driven by Data: A Case Study of AI applied to ALS drug discovery
Dr. Rebecca Paul, BenevolentAI
Combining reaction-based enumeration, free energy perturbation and active learning in hit-to-lead campaigns: the case of CDK2
Dr. Davide Branduardi, Schrödinger
Bringing it all together: Structure based PROTAC design
Mr. Will Farnaby, Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery, University of Dundee
Discovery of Adenosine A2a Antagonist HTL1071/AZD4635 using Structure-Based Drug Design
Dr. Miles Congreve, Heptares
Next Generation Drug Discovery: Encoded Library Technology in Nanospheres
Dr. James Dale, Nanna Therapeutics
Holmes Adventures in the Hypercube
Dr. Mike Bodkin, Evotec
Bicycle Toxin Conjugates: A novel approach in targeted cancer therapy
Dr. Gemma Mudd, Bicycle Therapeutics
|16.30||Networking and refreshments
Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561
Early bird fees before Thursday 9 May 2019
|£30||SCI Student Member|
|£60||SCI Subsidised Member|
Standard fees after Thursday 9 May 2019
|£40||SCI Student Member|
|£80||SCI Subsidised Member|
SCI Platinum Corporate Members receive 25% off the above rate
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If you would like to present a poster, please send an abstract of maximum one A4 page or 300 words including schemes and references and indicating title and authors.
Please send this to email@example.com by Friday 7 June 2019 with the subject line " new approaches in medicinal chemistry III" - poster submission".