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here - SLAS Europe
Learn more about what the European Lead Factory can offer European scientists with innovative
drug targets or library design ideas at the free ELF Satellite symposium.
During the interactive discussions we will be explaining why crowdsourcing is the way forward in
drug discovery and how the European Lead Factory plays pivotal role in this new trend. The
promise is based on the state-of-the-art assets and world-class expertise we have put at
disposal. The attendees will also get tips for how to make a successful proposal and learn about
the legal framework.
There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions to ELF experts in Assay Development, HTS,
Medicinal Chemistry and Compound Library Design, as well as scientists who are currently
collaborating with ELF during the panel discussion as well as in confidentiality at the networking
session.
Programme
Time
13:00 – 13:30
Item
Registration of attendees
Presenter
13:30 – 13:45
Welcome by the Chair
Dr Sylviane Boucharens, BioAscent
13:45 – 14:15
Introduction to ELF
Dr Jon de Vlieger, TI Pharma
14:15 – 15:00
Expert panel discussion (incl Q&A)
Dr Jon de Vlieger (Moderator)
Panel:
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15:00 – 16:00
Dr Philip S. Jones, University of
Dundee
Dr Helma Rutjes, Pivot Park
Screening Centre
Dr Dimitrios Tzalis, Taros
Chemicals
Dr Sonja Sieverts, Max Planck
Institute Dortmund
Networking session
The location
The European Lead Factory SatelliteSeminar will be held on Wednesday, 25 March at the DORTMUNDER U.
The venue can be easily reached by train and by car.
Walking: The Dortmunder U is accessible on foot in 7 minutes. (800 m linear distance)
Please have a look at the directions sketch below.
Train: Timetable info
Parking: Schmiedingstraße (Dresdner Bank / Westdeutsche LB, approx. 200 m linear distance)
Dortmund Central Station (approx. 800 m linear distance)
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TrainStation
Meeting Hall
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