4 November 2016
Gaiás, Cidade da Cultura
Monte Gaiás, s/n, 15707
Santiago de Compostela, Spain
This international conference continues to be the ideal forum for drug discovery and chemical biology professionals to discuss the frontline of chemical biology, drug discovery and translational medicine research.
This year, the programme will focus on the use of more predictive model systems throughout the discovery process, from early primary screening and moving towards preclinical and clinical studies including:
Who should attend? The conference will gather scientists and managers from industry and academia interested in the field of drug discovery and chemical biology. It will also provide an excellent opportunity to interact with vendors of services, reagents and instruments targeting this field of research and development.
The programme will cover a broad range of technologies applied in phenotypic screening and learning experiences from the establishment and use of primary cells and organoids in the screening cascades.
During the meeting the discussion will evolve from isolated primary cells towards more advanced and predictive animal models.
“I visited the joint SDDN and SLAS meeting last year and met a warm, generous, and sharing environment of interested and curious researchers. It is my great pleasure to take part in the organization of this year’s event and I am looking forward to a very exciting program that is close to my own field of research. I encourage everyone interested in the use of primary cells and organoids to come visit us and bring all questions they have so we can discuss them openly and learn from each other.”
Thomas Lundbäck, Ph.D
“It is my great pleasure to host joint SDDN and SLAS conference this year. We are looking forward to meet everybody from our growing drug discovery community. We will ensure to bring together Key Opinion Leaders in cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, and clinical studies, thereby facilitating knowledge exchange and interactions leading to elucidation of better approaches to open innovation era in drug discovery.”
Professor Mabel Loza Garcia
Deadline Friday, 14 October
Are you involved in an interesting project or in an area of work that you would like to discuss with or show to other conference attendees? Why not present your work in the SDDN16 Poster Sessions?
How to submit a poster abstract
Posters can only be submitted via the official SLAS Poster Submission Template and returned to the SLAS Europe Office at firstname.lastname@example.org before the poster submission deadline Friday, 14 October.
Please kindly note, that poster abstracts that are not submitted on the SLAS Poster Submission Template will not be accepted.
Posters will be presented during the Poster Viewing Tour and evaluated by the independent scientific committee onsite, where the winner will be selected and awarded. If the poster meets sufficient quality requirements, the winner will get the chance to present at SLAS2017 in Washington, DC.
Please review the submission guidelines before submitting your abstract. We look forward to receiving your contribution!
The Conference will provide the perfect opportunity to explore Santiago de Compostela, declared a World Heritage City by UNESCO, thanks to its monumental beauty, extraordinary conservation and as the final destination of a thousand-year-old pilgrim route: the Way of St. James.
The city is alive with cultural expressions – annual music, cinema and theatre festivals, permanent and travelling exhibitions, traditional festivals and world-class cuisine.
For more information please visit www.santiagoturismo.com.
Restollal 24, 15702 - Santiago de Compostela, Spain
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|Double Room||€ 86|
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