Sharing Experiences in Life Science Research

February 6, 2017

Drug Discovery Data Management and Data Interpretation

Hosted by CDD in collaboration with SciLifeLab Drug Discovery and Development Platform (SciLifeLab DDD)

Date: March 9th, 2017

Time: 10am – 2pm

Place: Room ‘Air’, SciLifeLab DDD, Solna, Sweden

Come be a part of our free seminar to hear how local researchers are applying research informatics to their chemical and biological experiments. Learn about chemical registration, data archival, data analysis, database enhanced collaborations, and how to create a data model that allows you to leverage all these components within your research project. We will use the intuitive, user-friendly CDD Vault drug research informatics platform. Hands-on experience will be provided for those interested.

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10:00: Coffee and networking

10:30: Welcome. Renate Baker, CDD

10:40: SciLifeLab Drug Discovery and Development. Ylva Gravenfors, SciLifeLab DDD

10:50: Life sciences research and CDD Vault. Kellan Gregory, CDD

11:20: Simple but effective metrics from CDD Vault to guide drug discovery. Konrad Koehler, Immunscape AB

11:40: Lunch & Networking

12:40: Organizing complex protocol data with BioAssay Express. Mariana Vaschetto, CDD

13:00: Statistical interpretation of scientific data. Lars Sandberg, SciLifeLab DDD

13:25: The future of collaborative research. Kellan Gregory,  CDD

13:50: Closing remarks. Mariana Vaschetto, CDD

14:00: Coffee, networking and discussion with experts

*Lunch and refreshments provided*


SciLifeLab, Room ‘Air’
Tomtebodavägen 23A
17165 Solna, Sweden

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This blog is authored by members of the CDD Vault community. CDD Vault is a hosted drug discovery informatics platform that securely manages both private and external biological and chemical data. It provides core functionality including chemical registration, structure activity relationship, chemical inventory, and electronic lab notebook capabilities.

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