Date: October 14th, 2019
Time: 13:00 - 17:30
Place: Saiid Business School, Thatcher Building, (next to the train station), Oxford, UK
Come and be a part of our free seminar to hear how local researchers are applying research informatics to their chemical and biological experiments.
Explore how your biotech or research group could store, manage and analyze chemical and biological experiments whilst protecting your IP. Learn about chemical registration, data archival, data analysis and visualization, processing of high content and images data and working effectively with remote collaborators.
Whether you are part of a virtual pharma, start-up, biotech or pharma you will want to make the most of your research data and collaborations. Learn how to do this with the intuitive CDD Vault research informatics platform and StarDrop. Hands-on experience will be provided for those interested after the meeting.
13:00-13:20 Desserts, coffee and registration
13:20-13:25 Welcome. Dr Mariana Vaschetto, CDD
13:25-13:50 Enabling antibiotics to combat multidrug resistant bacteria. Dr Jurgen Brem, University of Oxford
13:50-14:20 Solutions for Collaborative Discovery: Connecting Researchers Globally. Dr Susana Tomasio, CDD
14:20- 14:45 Capturing and Applying Knowledge to Guide Compound Optimisation. Dr Nick Foster, Optibrium
14:45-15:15 Coffee, cakes and networking
15:15-15:40 Design of leucyl tRNA synthetase inhibitors as a novel class of antibiotics. Dr Michael Charlton, Oxford Drug Design
15:40-16:05 HC StratoMineR: Efficacy & Mechanism of Action from High Content Data. David Egan, Core Life Analytics
16:05-16:35 Capture experimental results and unstructured data from chemists and biologists working together with CDD Vault ELN. Kellan Gregory, CDD
16:35-17:30 Drinks, canapes and networking