Minisymposium: Computational Biology – The Synergy between Chemo and Bioinformatics


Chemoinformatics analyses millions of chemical compounds to extract patterns that aid in the optimisation of new chemical modulators of biological targets. Bioinformatics, on the other hand, can be used to analyse in a similar way the biological targets and understand better the function and even design biomolecules, i.e. enzymes optimised to work on certain conditions. The two fields meet together in a one day symposium, where we will discuss the applications and synergies in fields such as drug discovery or biotechnology.

08:45
Coffee and Registration
09:15
Ultra-large library docking for discovering new chemotypes

John Irwin, University of California San Francisco

10:00
Coffee Break
10:20
Combining Cheminformatics and Bioinformatics in Drug Discovery – Lessons Learned and New Opportunities

Gerard van Westen, Leiden University

11:05
Selected talks from abstracts
12:00
Lunch and poster session
13:00
Computer simulations of cold-adapted enzymes

Björn-Olav Brandsdal, The Arctic University Norway

13:45
Selected talks from abstracts
14:50
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Minisymposium: Computational Biology, May 20 2019
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