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Binding Kinetics and Mechanistic PK/PD modeling in early Drug Discovery

The British Pharmacological Society and AstraZeneca are delighted to announce the focused meeting Binding Kinetics and Mechanistic PK/PD modeling in early Drug Discovery. The meeting is to be held over two days at the Discovery Centre, Cambridge. Registration for the meeting will include lunch and light refreshments on both days.

27–28 Mar 2023

Abstracts deadline:

Registration deadline:

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27-28 March 2022
The Discovery Centre, Cambridge, UK 

The British Pharmacological Society are delighted to announce the focused meeting Binding Kinetics and Mechanistic PK/PD modeling in early Drug Discovery. The meeting is to be held over two days at the Discovery Centre, Cambridge. Registration for the meeting will include lunch and light refreshments on both days.
 

Meeting topics

This event aims to bring together established leaders and emerging investigators exploring the use of binding kinetics in guiding early drug discovery.

  • Small molecule-target Binding kinetics
  • Mechanistic PK/PD (Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics) modelling
  • Early Drug Discovery

Our expectation is that the meeting may serve:

  • A special themed issue to published from the deliberations of this meeting.
  • Establishing the framework for the implementation of kinetics in drug discovery.
  • Attempts at establishing guidelines on the uniform nomenclature for this field to avoid ambiguities.

Abstract submission

We will also be accepting abstracts for the meeting which can either be a poster or oral communication. The deadline for submission is 02 January 2023. You can submit your abstract here.

CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians and Royal Society of Biology are available at this meeting. You will be emailed a certificate of attendance with CPD points after the meeting.

If you have any questions, please contact meetings@bps.ac.uk 



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