CICAG meetings 2019
Meetings for 2019 that CICAG (http://www.rsccicag.org) is involved with.
Workshop on Computational Tools for Drug Discovery (with SCI).
10 April 2019, The Studio, Birmingham.
https://www.soci.org/events/scirsc-workshop-on-computational-tools-for-drug-discovery A great opportunity to gets hands on training to get you started on a variety of important software tools. All software and training materials required for the workshop will be provided for attendees to install and run on their own laptops and use for a limited period afterwards.
Eighth Joint Sheffield Conference on Chemoinformatics, The Edge, University of Sheffield, UK, Monday 17th – Wednesday 19th June, 2019..
https://cisrg.shef.ac.uk/shef2019/ CICAG are really delighted to be sponsoring this meeting.
AI in chemistry (with RSC-BMCS).
Two-day meeting to be held in Cambridge on 2nd and 3rd September 2019. Fitzwilliam College
https://www.maggichurchouseevents.co.uk/bmcs/AI-2019.htm First very successful meeting in London was heavily oversubscribed, closing date for oral abstracts is 31 March and Posters 5 July.
Post-grad Cheminformatics/CompChem symposium, Wednesday 4th Sept 2019 Cambridge Chemistry Dept.
Opportunity for Post-grads to meet and present their work. Keep the date free, meeting details to be published soon, Cambridge Cheminformatics Network meeting will immediately follow the meeting so why not make a day of it.
20 years of Ro5 (with RSC-BMCS).
Wednesday, 20th November 2019, Sygnature Discovery, BioCity, Nottingham, UK.
It has been over 20 years since Lipinski published his work determining the properties of drug molecules associated with good solubility and permeability. Since then, there have been a number of additions and expansions to these “rules”. There has also been keen interest in the application of these guidelines in the drug discovery process and how these apply to new emerging chemical structures such as macrocycles. This symposium will bring together researchers from a number of different areas of drug discovery and will provide a historical overview of the use of Lipinski’s rules as well as look to the future and how we use these rules in the changing drug compound landscape. Details will be on https://www.maggichurchouseevents.co.uk/bmcs/ in the near future.