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ELRIG Drug Discovery 2012

05 Sep 2012 - 06 Sep 2012 - Manchester Central, Manchester, UK



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As in previous years the objective of this conference is to provide a communication, education and networking opportunity for scientists engaged in early-phase drug discovery whether in academia, biotech or industry.  As with our highly successful meeting in 2011, attendees will hear world class speakers discussing the challenges and opportunities facing the drug discovery scientist.  The scientific sessions will be complemented by a large poster session, a growing vendor exhibition with over 100 exhibitors including the Innovation Zone, a Media Area, Careers Zone and a number of training sessions.   

This year we are featuring a Lunchtime Session sponsored by SLAS – Informatics: Making Knowledge from Laboratory Data

In 2012 the Drug Discovery Symposium will encompass eight Scientific Sessions.

Assay Development and Screening
Fragment Discovery for Enzyme & Membrane Targets
Primary Cells & Stem Cells in Discovery
Ubiquitin Cascade Biology & Drug Discovery
Advances in Liquid Handling & Detection Technologies
Compound Collection Management & Enhancement
Epigenetic Drug Discovery
Biophysics & Label Free Detection Technologies


ELRIG Drug Discovery 2012 on course to be even bigger and better than last year ! 

Don’t miss all the Science, Exhibitors and of course, the fun…

New for 2012 

Daily Lunchtime Seminars:
Informatics: Making Knowledge from Lab Data

Networking & Drinks Reception
‘Dragons Den’
Young Scientist Poster Prize
  – sponsored by SLAS :  Win a trip to SLAS 2013 in Florida
2 Days – 8 Scientific Sessions – Largest UK Exhibition

Posters                                
Submit an Abstract to: posters@elrig.org
Media Area                          Come and talk to the Industry Journals in the Media Area
Careers Zone                      Looking for a change of career or Posting Job Vacancies
Innovation Zone                  New companies showing their latest technologies

Exhibition Trade Show        Around 100 companies on show : book your stand at www.elrig.org
8 Scientific Sessions          Read a synopsis of the sessions on-line. Plan your Visit
Mobile App                             Download “Eventflo” from the Apple AppStore.

Register and Attend FREE OF CHARGE go to: www.elrig.org


Further information
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