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    October 27, 2023

    CDD Exhibiting at the 6th Targeted Protein Degradation Summit, Boston, October 31- November 2.

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    CDD is thrilled to announce its participation in the 6th Targeted Protein Degradation Summit, taking place in Boston, MA, from October 31 to November 2, 2023. Our team will be at Booth 23 to meet with you and answer questions about CDD Vault, our informatics solution for securely managing and sharing R&D data.

    The 6th Targeted Protein Degradation Summit is the longest-standing comprehensive TPD meeting and is a key gathering for professionals in the field of protein degradation drug development. It covers a wide range of topics from early-stage research to clinical trials, and includes discussions on the latest strategies like PROTACs, AbTACs, and more. The event aims to facilitate problem-solving and idea-sharing within the industry.

    Come stop by and say hello to our Director of Business Development, Ralf Felsner, and our Customer Engagement Scientist Kelly Bachovchin, who will be at Booth 23 answering all your questions and giving live demonstrations of CDD Vault.

    Please let us know your availability to set up a meeting at Discovery on Target 2023.

    We look forward to seeing you in Boston!

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