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Why you shouldn't use Excel to manage drug discovery data


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    NIH & Georgetown University Discuss Therapeutically Relevant Bioassays October 17, 2016

    Join Nathan Coussens (NIH/NCATS) and Paul Roepe (Georgetown University) as they tackle the loaded issue of developing “Therapeutically Relevant Bioassays” in CDD’s Q4 webinar. Learn about best practices from Dr. Nathan Coussens (Assay Guidance Manual, Associate Scientific Editor) and hear how Professor Paul Roepe (Georgetown) tackles the problem given the complexity of Malaria biology. A Washington DC doubleheader, not […]

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    Spotlight Interview with Rick Keenan, Ph.D. October 11, 2016

    “The other thing is, most of us scientists, we have some familiarity with computers, we use them all the time, we have smart phones, but we don’t want to know what’s going on behind the curtain computationally. We just want to use it. So it has to be user-friendly and intuitive. That’s what made Apple […]


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Dr. Ruo Steensma

Orphagen Pharmaceuticals

"We had Excel sheets all over the place and data from different projects that were just separated in different folders and after a while, it got to the point that it was just hard to manage. We chose CDD, and we’re really happy with the service and the cost and the way the database is evolving."

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