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CHI's Structure-Based Drug Design

19 Jun 2013 - 21 Jun 2013 - The Revere Hotel, Boston, MA USA



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At CHI/Bio-IT World's thirteenth annual Structure-Based Drug Design conference, you will hear
about developments in insilico technology, as well as experimental approaches useful for accurately predicting and modeling the structures of proteins in structure-based drug design efforts. In addition, examples of successful applications of such technology approaches to genome-to-drug lead investigations will be addressed.

Keynote Presentation

Drugging the Undruggable:
Transforming Nature's α-Helix into Breakthrough Medicines
Tomi Sawyer, Ph.D., CSO, Aileron Therapeutics

View the full agenda and register at http://www.healthtech.com/sbd

Contact: James Prudhomme, Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Phone: +1 781-972-5400
Email: jprudhomme@healthtech.com



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