HTT EXPO: High-Throughput Screening, Genomic Drug Discovery, and Chemoinformatics Tracks

Venue: Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin Plaza

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 11, 2001 End Date/Time: Jun 13, 2001
Paper Submission Date: May 04, 2001
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The human genome has been sequenced and the pharmaceutical industry is faced with a daunting challenge: thousands of new drug targets, millions of genetic variants among patients, billions of compounds to test. To meet this challenge, companies must find a way to pull together technology that can function on an industrial scale - to identify the targets, screen the compounds, and optimize them for safety, efficacy and for specific patient populations. These high-throughput solutions are a convergence of biology, chemistry, robotics, computation and miniaturization. How does one find the right solution?

Attend Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Eight Annual HTT EXPO to find the right solution that meets your needs. This 3-day event offers concurrent tracks on High-Throughput Screening, Genomic Drug Discovery, and Chemoinformatics. Whether you primarily attend talks from a single track or selectively choose talks from all three tracks, you will:

Learn how to make drug discovery faster, smaller, cheaper, and smarter
Discover the latest in high-throughput technologies including chemical library synthesis and screening, ADME/Tox screening, target validation, gene and protein expression, SNP detection, genotyping and much more
Find out how to eliminate high risk compounds early through predictive screens and lead optimization
Understand how to control, integrate, and analyze the flow of vast amounts of data from high-throughput technologies