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6th International Conference Compound Libraries 2010

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14th to 16th September 2010


Ensuring High Quality Compounds – Successful Library Design and Screening – Outsourcing Strategies – Hit to Lead Optimisation

High quality compound libraries are the key to increase the efficiency of lead finding. Most companies still haven´t found the optimal library design to save costs and ensure the development of promising leads at the same time. Rough economic times have made competition even harder, so an optimised lead generation is vitally important.
But crucial questions still remain unsolved: How can compound quality be assured and controlled? Which library design is the most promising? Is focused diversity possible? How to guarantee the best screening outcome analysis to ensure hit-to-lead optimisation? What are the best outsourcing strategies?

IQPC Germany supplier of high value conferences in the pharmaceutical branch has the target to bring experts from leading and well known pharma companies together to discuss about new topics and challenges regarding compound libraries.
With representatives from companies such as Sanofi-Aventis Deutschland GmbH, Pfizer Limited, Abbott Healthcare Products, InterMED Discovery GmbH or Asinex IQPC´s 6th international conference Compound Libraries 2010 in Cologne gives the chance to learn about several burning issues that need to be addressed in order to bring us to this bright and exciting future.

On the first conference day you will hear about ensuring high quality compounds, successful library design and screening as well as chemical space for PPI´s and PPI inhibitors development. Prof. Dr. Stefan Brässe from the Institute of Technology (KIT) Karlsruhe, Germany is one of the Highlight speakers and will share his insights with you on “Natural product inspired and de-novo libraries”.

On day two Dr. Zoran Rankovic, Associate Director, Medicinal Chemistry from MSD, Merck Research Laboratories, United Kingdom will talk about two decades of high throughput screening-lessons learned and future directions.Also you will hear reports about high throughput screening and scaffold tree analysis as well as external collaborations & outsourcing strategies and fragment based approach from other well known speakers.

On the third day you have the chance to participate in workshops to engross your thoughts regarding the different topics.



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Für den Inhalt der Pressemitteilung ist der Einsteller, Mark Reichmann, verantwortlich.

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