On 28th May 2020 at 17:00 CEST - 18:00 CEST, CARB-X will host a webinar on how to prepare for an FDA pre-IND meeting. Carmella Moody and Michael Bevilacqua will present on how best to prepare for these meetings to ensure maximum results. To find more information and to register click here.
The Global AMR R&D Hub have announced their first set of webinars. These sessions will be held at two different times to suit various time zones on the 27th May 2020 at 2:00 - 3:00 pm GMT and the 28th May at 07:00 - 08:00 am GMT. The webinars will focus on providing a better understanding of their Dynamic Dashboard. For information on the speakers and to register, please visit the Global AMR R&D Hub website.
On 19 September, CDD will host a webinar about Structure Activity Relationships and Additivity. Drs. James “Guy” Breitenbucher and Peter Gedeck will talk about what’s new with theory, experiments, and technologies for better understanding SAR and additivity (and non-additivity). The discussion will focus on: Where SAR broke the traditional additivity rules What frameworks are most practical for understanding different types of underlying SAR patterns New technologies to more rapidly traverse SAR fragment lattices just invented To register for this
On 11 and 12 September 2019, LabRoots is hosting its 5th virtual Microbiology & Immunology conference. To find more information and sign up, please follow this link.
On 13 June, CDD will host a webinar about the importance of metadata to increase reproducibility and productivity across the scientific community. Speakers: Ellen L. Berg, Chief Scientific Officer, Translational Biology for Eurofins Discovery Isabella Feierberg, Associate Principal Scientist, AstraZeneca To register for this webinar, please visit the CDD website.
Thursday, May 16, 2019 03:00 PM CEST - 04:00 PM CEST Kevin Outterson, CARB-X Executive Director, and Karen Gallant, CARB-X Global R&D Project Director, present details of CARB-X’s four new funding rounds announced April 30, 2019, and answer questions during this webinar. To attend the live webinar, please register by completing the form on the right. Find more information and a registration link here. A recording of the webinar will be available for viewing shortly after the event.
On 15 January 2019, Professor Kevin Outterson, executive director of CARB-X, will be featured in a webinar to introduce and explain the public-private partnership CARB-X, which is dedicated to the early development of innovative antibiotics, vaccines, and other products to fight superbugs. Find more information and a registration link here.
On December 13th, 2018, Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD) will host a webinar on New Strategies in Antibiotic Drug Development with Dr. Arthur “AJ” Campbell & Dr. Cheryl Quinn. The talk is hosted by CDD, in conjunction with Pew Trusts and moderated by Keystone Symposia CSO Dr. Thale Jarvis with an introduction from Dr. Wes Kim, Senior Officer of Pew Trust's Antibiotic Resistance Project. The discussion will be highly informed with a focus on: How we can move the needle
On 11 December, 14:00 GMT, the Leading Health System Network (LHSN), a collaborative network of healthcare leaders and organisations, will host a webinar discussing the OECD report ‘Stemming the Superbug Tide: Just a Few Dollars More’. This report describes the long-term public health and economics consequences of the rise in AMR and identifies effective solutions to tackle this top public health priority. For more information visit the LHSN website.
The Uppsala Antibiotic Center launches their newest outreach project, "The AMR Studio", with the occasion of the World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2018. The AMR Studio is a podcast dedicated to highlighting the multidisciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance that is happening around the world. Formatted around interviews with professionals working in all aspects of the topic, they aim to bring the global and trans-sectorial nature of the fight against antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance to anyone with an interest. In
On Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, at 10 a.m. EDT, The Pew Charitable Trusts hosts Dr. Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, as he announces the agency’s plans to combat antibiotic resistance. Following Gottlieb’s remarks, a panel of FDA senior officials will further explore the agency’s new and ongoing activities to support antibiotic innovation and ensure that antimicrobial drugs are used according to good stewardship practices in human medicine and animal agriculture. Click here to
On September 13th, 2018, Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD) will host a webinar with Christopher Lipinski and Barry Bunin. The discussed topics will include: Going beyond the Rules of 5 New technologies to better assess the quality of screening data Experimental culture and sociology as a factor in clustering of results Plus topics you would not expect, like how scientists can (and should) respond to the growing opioid addiction crisis – which has actually lowered life expectancy in America
Webinar on models for drug development programmes by Charles River: The emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and genetic variance amongst viruses has embattled the development of effective treatment and vaccination against infectious diseases, leading to a worldwide crisis in medical care. This webinar will help you choose the correct models for your drug development program; from early in vitro screening assays providing identification of efficacy, to a range of clinically relevant in vivo models. We also explore the use
Drug Discovery Data Insights: Highly Accessible SAR Data is Transforming the Drug Discovery Informatics Landscape
On June 26th, 2018, Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD) hosted a webinar where moderator Ashley Farley, Associate Officer of Knowledge & Research Services at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) discussed drug discovery data with Dr. Andrew Leach from ChEMBL and Dr. Evan Bolton from PubChem. The presenters discussed the emergence of freely available PubChem and ChEMBL resources for chemical and biological Structure-Activity-Relationship (SAR) data and their impact on the global drug discovery informatics landscape. The relationship between