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    Events: CHI/Bio-IT World's Structure-Based Drug Design
    Submitted by James Prudhomme; posted on Thursday, February 14, 2013

    DATES: June 19-21, 2013
    LOCALE: The Revere Hotel, Boston, MA
    URL: www.healthtech.com/sbd

    At CHI/Bio-IT World's thirteenth annual Structure-Based Drug Design conference, you will hear about developments in insilico technology, as well as experimental approaches useful for accurately predicting and modeling the structures of proteins in structure-based drug design efforts. In addition, examples of successful applications of such technology approaches to genome-to-drug lead investigations will be addressed.

    Keynote Presentation:
    Drugging the Undruggable: Transforming Nature's α-Helix into Breakthrough Medicines
    Tomi Sawyer, Ph.D., CSO, Aileron Therapeutics

    Sessions:
    • Structure-Based Drug Design for Kinase
    • Drug Resistance
    • Force Field Calculation
    • GPCR
    • Water & Solvation in Drug Design
    • Fragment-Based Drug Design
    • Protein-Protein Interaction
    • Epigenetic Targeting
    This conference is co-located with Next-Gen Kinase Inhibitors (June 17-19). Register for both conferences at a special discounted rate.

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