33rd Annual ResMed - 2019
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We are proud to announce the Residential School on Medicinal Chemistry and Biology in Drug Discovery (ResMed) course will held on the Drew University campus (Madison, NJ) June 9 - 14, 2019. ResMed is designed for chemists and biologists interested in broadening their understanding of the fundamental principles of drug discovery research and preclinical development. Scientists from related disciplines would also gain a clearer appreciation for the processes and methods important to drug discovery through clinical development.
Hotel resident attendees will once again be staying at The Madison Hotel with additional accommodations provided at The Morristown Inn - Best Western as needed, including busing to and from campus all week. The tuition rate includes course manual, lunches, dinners, receptions, banquet and accommodations for those staying at the hotel. Early registration pricing is available.
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June 9-14th, 2019
The Residential School on Medicinal Chemistry and Biology in Drug Discovery is designed for chemists and biologists interested in broadening their understanding of the fundamental principles of drug discovery research and preclinical development. Scientists from related disciplines would also gain a clearer appreciation for the processes and methods important to drug discovery through clinical development.
Sunday, June 9, 2019 3:00 PM - Friday, June 14, 2019 1:30 PM ET
|On the campus of Drew University, Madison, NJ, USA
Please contact Roma Krauth if you have any questions and/or concerns.
Phone: 973-408-4861 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ResMed: Residential School on Medicinal Chemistry and Biology in Drug Discovery is a week-long graduate level course organized to provide an accelerated program for medicinal 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.
Most chemists and biologists have received little formal training in the range of subjects required for drug discovery. These topics include target selection, assay development, initial identification of active “hit” compounds, development of structure-activity relationships, lead optimization, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, metabolism, toxicology and clinical development.
Although drug discovery is an interdisciplinary subject, the course is more than a simple compendium of information. It will concentrate on the fundamental issues common to a wide range of therapeutic areas. The purpose of the School is to impart the basic principles needed by both chemists and biologists to pursue successful collaborative drug discovery programs.
The week-long course is structured around lectures and case histories that illustrate the discovery and development of recent successful drug discovery programs. There will be ample opportunity for questions and discussions with faculty members. The School not only provides an atmosphere of learning and understanding but also the opportunity to establish contacts with colleagues from many different organizations, which is an important component of a successful career in drug discovery. The ResMed Faculty is comprised of distinguished scientists from industry and academia with years of experience and success in drug discovery and development.
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