Gemeinsame Vortragsreihe mit den Universitäten Oxford & Cambridge: Digital Drug Discovery
Drug discovery is a complex, time and cost intensive process, and most drugs fail in the clinic. On the other hand, we have more and more chemical and biological data available, and tremendously powerful computer algorithms at our disposal. So how do we make best use of it?
With this seminar series, we aim to foster the networking between the academia, industry, and researchers at other organisations in the area of 'Digital Science for Drug Discovery', with a geographical focus on the Berlin region (and free and open to everyone). For the time being our events will be held via Zoom, with the aim to move to in-person events as soon as the situation allows.
Why is it so Hard to Search Ultra-Large Chemical Libraries?
Roger Sayle, NextMove Software, Cambridge
Fragmenstein: Stitching Compounds Together Like a Reanimated Corpse
Matteo Ferla, Oxford Protein Informatics Group, Department of Statistics
Data-Driven Methods for Active Compound Design and Risk Assessment
Andrea Volkamer, Charité Berlin and Saarland University
Please register here for online registration: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApf-uhrD0vH9S1U-9p6il24hB5RHtEh1ii
Zeit & Ort
30.11.2022 | 16:30 - 18:00
Berlin: Lecture Hall 1 (1st Floor), Institut für Pharmazie, Königin-Luisestrasse 2+4