A reminder that the Society for Biomolecular Sciences is hosting a Label-free symposium in San Diego soon. They are an excellent resource for those of you who are looking to learn more about drug discovery. Check out the announcement below, the special offer for the SDBN (all you need is the code), and the other resources available for you to interact and learn.
SBS heads to San Diego this November!
Learn more by visiting www.sbsonline.org/labelfree
Explore new research. Expand your network. Save on registration.
The Society for Biomolecular Sciences will host:
Advances & Challenges in Label-Free Technologies for Drug Discovery
November 2 – 3, 2009, San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
And SDBN friends can save $100 on the Non-Member rate by using the coupon code SDBNLFN during the online registration process! Visit www.sbsonline.org/labelfree for all the program details.
Takeda San Diego to Present at Upcoming Meeting
Dan Kassel, Ph.D., Vice President of Analytical Sciences and DMPK at Takeda San Diego, will present at the upcoming SBS label-free technologies symposium. Dr. Kassel’s presentation, Early ADME/Tox Profiling During Discovery Research: Streamlined, High Throughput Methods for Data Generation and Data Evaluation, is one of 22 talks designed to explore and enhance the use of label-free technologies for drug discovery. Learn more about the November 2 & 3 event at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley by visiting www.sbsonline.org/labelfree.
A Call to All Academics:
Want to take advantage of key scientific content, access to new technologies and expand your network? Reduced registration rates are available for the academic of government research communities.
The Society for Biomolecular Sciences is hosting Advances & Challenges in Label-Free Technologies for Drug Discovery, November 2 – 3 at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley. Academic and government researchers can attend for just $195. Even better: encourage students to get in on the networking. Students can participate for just $55. Visit www.sbsonline.org/labelfree for details.
Looking to kick-start your career and gain peer recognition?
Submit an abstract for a podium presentation at the SBS 16th Annual Conference & Exhibition, April 11 – 19, 2010 in Phoenix, AZ. The deadline for submissions is November 4, 2009; learn more by visiting the SBS web site.
Academic Screening Facility Directory
SBS has launched an online resource for information on high-throughput screening centers based in academic, government and non-profit research institutes from around the globe. Over 65 facilities have voluntarily contributed to the SBS Academic Screening Facility Directory, and the list keeps growing. Check out the SBS web site for more details.
SBS launches free webcasts
For the first time, the Society for Biomolecular Sciences is launching free webcasts. With the sponsorship support of the Genetics Policy Institute, SBS just made free webcasts available from their September 2009 symposium, Screening Stem Cells: From Reprogramming to Regenerative Medicine. Check it out now by visiting the SBS web site.