The meeting serves as the “original”
“I look forward to a great event this year," notes CHI Conference Director, Ming Guo. “I am inspired by the ambitious work from researchers in the SBDD field. CHI & Bio-IT World is honored the industry turns to us every year to organize this conference.”
This event boasts an impressive line-up of leading industry experts including a keynote presentation by Tomi Sawyer, Ph.D., CSO, SVP, Discovery & Innovative Technologies, Aileron Therapeutics. Dr. Sawyer’s presentation, entitled “Drugging the Undruggable:
The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) has endorsed its support as a sponsoring society. Due to the overwhelmingly popularity of the Structure-Based Drug Design event, CHI will once again co-locate its Next-Gen Kinase Inhibitors conference to run June 17-19. This gives delegates the unique opportunity to connect with the kinase community and attend the Structure-Based Drug Design event by obtaining an all access, discounted pass.
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