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Therapeutic Applications of Computational Biology and Chemistry (TACBAC)

Type Conference
Language English
Date March 12, 2012 to
March 14, 2012
Venue Wellcome Trust Conference Centre
Wellcome Trust Genome Campus
Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1RQ
GB
Chemistry Specialties
  • medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry
Chemistry Techniques
  • molecular modelling
Contact Treasa Creavin
Wellcome Trust Scientific Conferences
WT Genome Campus
Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1RQ
GB
01223 495108
01223 495023
treasa.creavin@hinxton.wellcome.ac.uk
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by Treasa Creavin last modified 11-21-11 04:02 AM

This conference will bring together leading researchers investigating computational chemistry and biology techniques as applied to advancing our ability to predict, diagnose and modulate human disease. This broad and multidisciplinary meeting will explore the major challenges in drug discovery and development where innovation in computational approaches and tools can really make a significant and tangible contribution towards novel treatments. You should attend this conference if you are a researcher interested in drug discovery, or developing or using computational approaches to the development of therapeutics, or if you are a key decision maker in a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company. The organisers warmly encourage submission of abstracts, which will be considered both for oral and for poster presentation. Each of the sessions, which progress from identifying disease mechanisms to implementing new therapeutic and diagnostic approaches in the clinic, will bring together experts in both the biomedical and the computational aspects of the topic under discussion. Sessions chairs will encourage discussion and contribution from the attendees. Session topics • Clinical implications of individual genomes • Metabolism and biomarkers • Computational systems biology • Discovery of chemical probes • Modelling xenobiotic metabolism

Speakers

Speakers include: Chas Bountra, Structural Genomics Consortium, UK Paul Flicek, EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK Ronald Frank, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany Bobby Glen, University of Cambridge, UK Roy Goodacre, University of Manchester, UK Jules Griffin, University of Cambridge, UK Lee Harland, Pfizer, UK Aroon Hingorani, University College London, UK John Overington, EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK Julio Saez-Rodriguez, EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK Christoph Steinbeck, EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK Olivier Tabourieau, Center for Biological Sequence Analysis, Denmark _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Session titles

Session topics • Clinical implications of individual genomes • Metabolism and biomarkers • Computational systems biology • Discovery of chemical probes • Modelling xenobiotic metabolism

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