|CCL 08.06.30 Summer School in Modeling and Informatics in Drug Design, SAS Nagar, India|
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Date: Wed Apr 30 12:42:18 2008
Subject: 08.06.30 Summer School in Modeling and Informatics in Drug Design, SAS Nagar, India
SERC Summer School in Modeling and Informatics in Drug Design, SAS Nagar, India 30th June to 18 July 2008 Organized by National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) S.A.S. Nagar 160 062 Punjab, India www.niper.gov.in I am pleased to inform you that the Summer School on Modeling and Informatics in Drug Design will be held in NIPER, S.A.S. Nagar (near Chandigarh), India from 30th June to 18 July 2008. This summer school is being organized with the help of Department Science and Technology (DST) New Delhi. Target participants: Indian Ph.D. students with 1-2 years of research experience. All costs covered by DST for academic participants. Rs. 10,000/- for young researchers from Indian industry. Total number of seats: 35 from Academic institutions. 5 from industrial units. Accommodation: Will be provided on NIPER campus. Address for Correspondence: Prof. Prasad V. Bharatam Coordinator Department of Medicinal Chemistry Natl. Inst. Pharm. Edu. Res. (NIPER) Phase X, SAS Nagar Sector 67, S.A.S. Nagar â 160 062 Punjab, India. Ph. 0172-214682 to 214687 Extn. 2018 (off) Fax : 0172-214692 e-mail: midd-ss(~)niper.ac.in / pvbharatam(~)niper.ac.in Important Dates: Last date for receipt of application: 1 June 2008. List of topics to be covered: 1st Week: Molecular Modeling 1. Introduction to Molecular Modelling 2. Quantum Mechanics-Fundamentals 3. Quantum Chemistry in drug Design 4. Chemical Bonding in Drug molecules 5. Drug-Receptor weak Interactions in 6. Molecular Mechanics in Drug Design 7. Molecular Electrostatic Potentials 8. Conformational analysis 9. X-Ray structures in drug modelling. 10. NMR in drug modelling. 2nd week: Pharmacoinformatics 11. Data and information of drugs 12. Bioinformatics : Sequence analysis. 13. Bioinformatics: Phylogenetic analysis 14. Bioinformatics: Homology modeling 15. Chemoinformatics: 2D, 3D search 16. Drug data bases 17. Drug likeness from chemoinformatics 18. Target identification 19. Metabolome informatics 20. Toxicoinformatics 3rd week: Drug Design 21. In vitro pharmacology 22. Drug-Receptor interactions 23. QSAR methods 24. Molecular docking 25. Pharmacophore mapping 26. Artificial Intelligence in Drug Design 27. Virtual Screening 28. Case studies : Drug design, synthesis and biological evaluation 29. Proof of concept studies. 30. Modelling of Nanosystems for Drug delivery. Proposed Software for Lab sessions: 1st week: Basics of Modelling Gaussian & SPARTAN -- Electronic structure Modeller & Swiss PDB / Pymol -- Macromolecule moldeling SYBYL -- Conformational Analysis GROMACS -- Molecular Dynamics Cerius 2 & Dragon -- Physicochemical Properties 2nd week: Basics of informatics CCSD -- Chemoinformatics EMBOSS / GCG -- Bioinformatics GenoCluster -- Genome Analysis MOE -- Structural Bioinformatics Molecular Networks -- Chemoinformatics 3rd Week: Drug Design Schrodinger / GLIDE -- Molecular Docking MATLAB -- AI in drug design SYBYL / CoMFA / CoMSIA -- QSAR CATALYST / HipHop / VS -- Virtual Screening VLife Science software -- Modeling and drug designNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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