Move Away from the Lamp Post & Find Druggable Targets 256th ACS National Meeting Boston August 19-23, 2018 CINF Division Dear colleagues, we are organizing a symposium focusing on methodologies and case studies that have explored under- or unstudied targets, with the goal of elucidating their function or role in the context of human disease. […]
252nd ACS National Meeting Philadelphia, Aug 21-25, 2016 CINF Division Dear Colleagues, we are organizing a symposium at the Fall ACS meeting in Philadelphia focusing on computational, experimental and hybrid approaches to characterizing the unstudied and understudied druggable genome. In 2014 the NIH initiated a program titled, “Illuminating the Druggable Genome” (IDG) with the goal of improving our understanding […]
I’m pleased to announce that the ACS Division of Chemical Information will be hosting a series of free webinars on topics related to chemical information. The webinars will be open to everybody and our first speaker in this series will be Dr. Alex Clark, who’ll be talking about cheminformatics workflows and mobile applications. More details […]
With the 2011 Fall ACS meeting coming up in Denver next month, CINF will be hosting another round of lightning talks – 8 minutes to talk about anything related to cheminformatics and chemical information. As before, these talks won’t be managed via PACS, as a result of which we are taking short abstracts between July […]
One more week to go (Aug 7 is the deadline) to put in short abstracts for the CINFlash lightning talk symposium at the fall ACS meeting in Boston this month. This is your chance for 6 minutes of fame!