ChEMBL Resources

Resources:
ChEMBL
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SureChEMBL
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ChEMBL-NTD
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ChEMBL-Malaria
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The SARfaris: GPCR, Kinase, ADME
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UniChem
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DrugEBIlity
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ECBD

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Meeting - EMBL-EBI/Wellcome Trust Workshop on Resources for Computational Drug Discovery


It's that time of year again, when we advertise our fun and engaging course on computational drug discovery. This year it is held on the 17th to 21st November 2014, at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambs UK.

This workshop provides participants with the underlying principles of computational chemical biology and addresses how these methods are applied in the field of drug discovery. It will explore approaches to accessing data, combining different data types and introduce the tools available to assist analysis work. Practical sessions will guide participants in retrieving and analysing chemogenomic, proteomic and metabolomic data for target analysis. 

Target Audience 
This workshop is suitable for both academic and industrial researchers interested in drug discovery from a range of biological disciplines. An undergraduate level of biology is essential and participants should have a basic understanding of UNIX, programming and running simple scripts (such as python).   

Syllabus, Tools and Resources 
During this workshop you will learn about:  
- Approaches and strategy in computational drug discovery 
EMBL-EBI chemical biology resources - ChEMBL & ChEBI
PDBe for structural models 
ZINC purchasable compound database 
canSAR drug discovery platform 
- approaches to drug repositioning

Link to registration.

Deadline for applications is 1st August 2014.

2 comments:

Filip Stefaniak said...

The link for registration leads to timeout page:

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is the link correct?

John Overington said...

I messed up with the link, sorry - should be fixed now.

jpo