Date: Thursday, April 20th
Time: 11am – 3pm EDT
Place: Northeastern University Alumni Center, Boston MA
Join us for a free seminar to hear & discuss how local scientists are applying research informatics to their chemical and biological drug discovery experiments.
Learn how an intuitive user-friendly platform is currently helping project teams manage, analyze, model and collaborate around project data.
Take full advantage of this unique opportunity to:
Lunch and refreshments provided!
11:00 – Coffee and Networking
11:10 – Welcome, Frank Cole, CDD
11:20 – Discovering New Medicines for Tropical Disease via Distributed Drug Discovery, Mike Pollastri, Northeastern University
11:45 – CDD Vault Informatics Overview, Charlie Weatherall, CDD
12:20 – StarDrop™ Seamless Integration of Compound Data Analysis, Tamsin Mansley, Optibrium Ltd.
12:40 – Working Lunch – Network and Meet the Experts.
1:10 – HDAC Inhibitors for the Treatment of Cognitive Deficits in Neurodegenerative Diseases, Nathan Fuller, Rodin Therapeutics
1:30 – BioAssay Express: Annotation, Machine Learning and Ontology – The Assay Development Way Forward, Jan Kranz, CDD
1:50 – CDD as a Central Hub for Managing and Analyzing Global Data, Dennis Moccia, Cognitive Dataworks
2:10 – Closing Remarks for General Audience, Pat Deesen, CDD
2:15 – Panel Q&A, Tips & Tricks, Chat with the Experts
3:00 – Farewell
Northeastern University Alumni Center
Located on the 6th floor of Columbus Place
716 Columbus Avenue Boston, MA 02120
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