NYAGIM has partnered up with MACC to organize a full day symposium in the City.
This event will be held at the Weill Greenberg Center, on the Upper East Side, on April 26.
It will feature guest speakers, talks selected from abstracts as well as a poster session. The day will also offer plenty of opportunities to network, including a reception at the end. (See below for more details program).
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9:30 Opening comments
9:45 Avner Schlessinger (Mount Sinai) - “Computational Strategies to Target the Kinome”
10:15 Amedee des Georges (City University of New York) - “Functional pathways of biomolecules retrieved from single-particle cryo-EM snapshots”
10:30 Zhuyan Guo (Merck) - “Navigating the Merck toolkit for protein-ligand binding affinity prediction”
10:45 Greg Warren (OpenEye) - “Real time virtual screening of very large databases: Is bigger really better?”
11:30 Tamsin Mansley (Optibrium) - “Capturing and Applying Knowledge to Guide Compound Optimization”
12:00 Hannah E. Bruce Macdonald (MSKCC) - “Adaptive Sampling in Alchemical Free Energy Calculations for Drug Design”
12:15 George M. Giambasu (Rutgers University) - “Enhancing Structural refinement and thermodynamics predictions in solution and crystal with molecular solvation theory and topology”
12:30 LUNCH (lunchbox offered)
1:30 Dan Cheney (Bristol Myers Squibb) - “What energy decomposition techniques can teach us regarding drug-protein interactions”
2:00 Virginia Burger (XtalPi, Inc.) - “Reducing risk in drug development through crystal structure prediction”
2:30: (Keynote Speaker) John Chodera (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) - “Redesigning drug design”
4:00 POSTER SESSION