1st SCT Workshop on Biologically Relevant Molecular Diversity

 Paris, France
April 4, 2013    

Programme


08:30

Registration

09:10

Introductive Remarks

Dr Pascal GEORGE
SCT & INDEPENDENT SCIENTIFIC EXPERT & ADVISER, Longvilliers, France

Chemspace Session

Session Chair

Prof. Benoit DEPREZ
UNIVERSITY OF LILLE 2, Lille, France

09:20

The Chemical Space Project

Prof. Jean-Louis REYMOND
UNIVERSITY OF BERN, Bern, Switzerland

10:00

Feature-based Pharmacophores for Molecular Profiling

Prof. Thierry LANGER
PRESTWICK CHEMICAL, Vienna, Austria

10:40

Coffee Break and Exhibition

11:10

Navigation in Chemistry Space Towards Biological Activity

Dr Peter ERTL
NOVARTIS INSTITUTE FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, Basel, Switzerland

11:50

Chemspace Session - Roundtable Discussion

12:30

Lunch and Exhibition

Biospace Session

Session Chair

Dr Gerhard MÜLLER
MERCACHEM, Martinsried, Germany

14:00

Molecular Diversity : Why Do We Want it? What Do We Get?

14:40

Merging Chemical and Biological Spaces

Prof. Gabriele CRUCIANI
UNIVERSITY OF PERUGIA, Perugia, Italy

15:20

Systematic Mapping of Target-Ligand Interactions Using Compound Activity Data

Prof. Jürgen BAJORATH
UNIVERSITY OF BONN, Bonn, Germany

16:00

Biospace Session - Roundtable Discussion

16:40

Coffee Break and Exhibition

Perspectives

Session Chair

Dr Bruno VILLOUTREIX
INSERM/UNIVERSITY PARIS DIDEROT, Paris, France

17:05

Macrocycles Approaches for Protein-protein Interactions

Dr Daniel OBRECHT
POLYPHOR, Allschwil, Switzerland

17:45

Enriching Chemical Space by Diversity–Oriented Synthesis of Natural Product-Like Compounds

Dr David SPRING
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Session Chair

Dr Gerhard MÜLLER
MERCACHEM, Martinsried, Germany

18:25

Take Home message

18:40

Final Conclusions

Dr Pascal GEORGE
SCT & INDEPENDENT SCIENTIFIC EXPERT & ADVISER, Longvilliers, France