|CCL 05.11.12 16th Euro Symposium on QSAR and Molecular Modeling, Mediterranean Sea Cruise|
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Date: Thu Nov 10 14:21:33 2005
Subject: 05.11.12 16th Euro Symposium on QSAR and Molecular Modeling, Mediterranean Sea Cruise
Cruise ship on the Mediterranean Sea 10-17 September 2006 http://www.euro-qsar2006.org/index.php The Organizing Committee cordially invites you to attend the 16th European Symposium on QSAR (Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships) and Molecular Modelling that will be held on a cruise ship on the Mediterranean Sea on 10-17 September 2006. This symposium is organized in collaboration with The International QSAR and Modelling Society. The "European Symposia on QSAR and Molecular Modelling" are major scientific events that have been organized in different cities of Europe since 1973. They have a fascinating scope at rational approaches in Drug Design and worldwide attendance from both industry and academia. The 16th European Symposium on QSAR and Molecular Modelling (EuroQSAR 2006) will offer a scientific programme covering the most recent and advanced research on a broad range of topics in the field of Computer-Aided Drug Design and Development by leading international experts. Besides the scientific aspects of the programme you will have the opportunity to visit some of the most charming places of the Mediterranean Sea on board of the magnificent ship OPERA. The conference cruise will start from Civitavecchia, the port of the ancient city of Rome, travelling on to the historical cities of Genova, Monte Carlo, Valencia, Tunis, and visit the beautiful island of Malta. A harmonious cocktail of nature, folklore and traditions. A different landscape every day, with a programme well adapted to this unique event. It is our intention to make this European Symposium a memorable week for the attendees, both scientifically and socially. Chemometrics * Linear and non linear models * New chemometric methods for QSAR Structure-Based Drug Design * The role of hydrophobicity in SBDD * Compound selectivity and Target selectivity Molecular Descriptors & Chemical Properties * New descriptors for QSAR methodology * QSPR applications Virtual Screening * Virtual High-Throughput Screening & Scoring Functions * Pharmacophore Analyses and 3D Searches QSAR in Chemistry and Biology Interface * Chemogenomics * Computational Proteomics & Protein Folding QSAR in Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism * Predictive ADME/Tox Models * Prediction of human Metabolism Combinatorial Chemistry * Fragment- and Reactant-Based Combinatorial Library Design * Library Analysis and Profiling Case studies in Drug Discovery * From idea to the clinic Emerging Technologies We look forward to welcoming you on the conference cruise. Prof. Gabriele Cruciani Prof. Maurizio Botta Chair Co-ChairNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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