JPAG - PAST MEETINGS
Thursday 6th February 2020
In silico techniques
Royal Society of Chemistry, London
As the pace of pharmaceutical development accelerates, and organisations look to reduce timelines in all parts of the discovery and development process, opportunities emerge for the greater use of in silico tools to reduce the demand for materials or experimental tests. This meeting will showcase a range of applications of in silico modelling, whether for prediction of properties via first principles modelling, or applying contemporary tools for data-driven modelling. Examples covering chromatography and the physical form of drugs will be discussed, as well as tools for prediction of the key performance properties such as toxicology, dissolution and stability.
Dr Edward Close - Process Systems Enterprise
Prof Mel Euerby - Shimadzu
Dr Andy Maloney - Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
Dr James Mann - AstraZeneca
Dr Ed Milton-Harris - ACD/Labs UK
Dr Ghazala Sadiq - Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
Dr Garry Scrivens - Pfizer
Dr Patrick Wray - Bristol-Myers Squibb
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