8-9 March 2018
Compound libraries in the drug discovery community - industry and academic - are a critical part of the discovery process. Effective library design, quality control, process management and data infrastructure are among the key factors that must be optimized and maintained to deliver compounds to facilitate researchers’ investigations. The SLAS Conference on Compound Management Meeting 2018 is an exclusive forum for compound and sample management professionals, from bench scientists to senior managers, to obtain fresh perspectives and share innovative solutions in their domain.
Benefits to attendees include:
The Committee is planning for an exciting programme built around 4 sessions:
1. Our way: the process of Compound Management - a session designed to learn from peers how they manage CM processes.
2. In control: the value of QC in Compound Management: A session to highlight what, where and how QC is applied in CM processes and the benefits delivered to the CM group and its customer
3. Innovations to improve Compound Management: A session to showcase novel technology solutions in IT and hardware
4. Working in partnership:A session focussed on working in collaborations (out-sourced partnerships, HTS, open innovation, industry-academia etc.)
In addition, the conference will feature a vendor session showcasing best-in-class solutions, as well as an interactive session. A networking dinner will take participants out in Berlin.
Stay tuned for further information about the programme and speakers!
Abstract submissions is open for both podium and poster presentations:
Visit our abstract submission page now for additional details.
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Platinum Package: 10,000€
Gold Package: 5,000€
Silver Package: 3,000€
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Registrations for the conference will open in November.