I was asked by the meeting organizers to let the CCP4 community know about the 2018 Residential School on Medicinal Chemistry and Biology in Drug Discovery. See below for information about the course and contact information.
The 32nd Annual ResMed: Residential School on Medicinal Chemistry and Biology in Drug Discovery, www.drew.edu/resmed will be held on June 10 - June 15, 2018 at Drew University, Madison NJ. However, all resident attendees will be staying at The Madison Hotelwith further accommodations provided at the Morristown Inn as needed. There will be a shuttle to transport attendees to and from the campus. ResMed is co-sponsored by the ACS MEDI Division.
ResMed is a week-long graduate level course organized to provide an accelerated program for chemists, biologists and other industrial and academic scientists who wish to broaden their knowledge of drug discovery and development. The School’s aim is to concentrate on the fundamentals that are useful in drug discovery spanning initial target validation through clinical development. The program provides ample opportunity for discussions with distinguished faculty from industry and academia.
The purpose of the School is to provide a strong background in the principles of drug discovery and development to enhance collaborative drug discovery programs. Previous attendees with backgrounds in macromolecular crystallography have found the course of great value in their research projects.
The tuition rate for Hotel Residents will include hotel stay, ResMed tuition, course materials, and all meals. Information regarding ResMed can be accessed on our website: www.drew.edu/resmed including our program and application.
Please join us in our 32nd year. We look forward to seeing you.
William J. Greenlee, Ph.D
Vincent P. Gullo, Ph.D.
Ronald J. Doll, Ph.D.
Marvin Bayne, Ph.D.
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