FACE TO FACE Events
This course in medicinal chemistry sets out to train organic chemists to understand the key factors in discovering a new drug substance, from target selection, through lead generation and lead optimisation, to the selection of a development candidate. The course will cover aspects of the drug discovery process such as structure activity relationships, the use of computational chemistry in drug discovery, ADME and safety issue. The course also includes an overview of the use of computational chemistry in virtual screening and library design. COURSE OUTLINE
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The lectures are backed up by a number of case studies and workshop sessions, which involve the participants in using the concepts discussed.
• Young chemists who have just started in industry as medicinal chemists. • Experienced medicinal chemists who wish to gain additional knowledge on how to obtain compounds with optimal drug-like properties and get up to date with the latest thinking. • Chemists from other areas of Research and Development who would like to gain an appreciation of the processes and drivers involved in drug discovery. • Students who are planning a career in industry and can obtain company sponsorship
F. HOFFMAN LA ROCHE LTD DELEGATE 2019 “All the lecturers were excellent. This course is extremely valuable for my daily work. Congratulations! And thanks.”
Dr David Clark
Dr Will Watson
Dr Martin Swarbrick
Dr Paul Beswick
Dr Rachael White
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22 - 24 June
FULL REFUNDS GIVEN ON FACE TO FACE MEETINGS IF WE ARE NOT ABLE TO RUN THE COURSE OR YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO TRAVEL DEPENDING ON THE CURRENT PANDEMIC SITUATION.
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