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It is our pleasure to invite you to our free Seminar on

Drug Discovery Research

Essentials for Scientists in Academia and Industry

Historically, drug discovery is a lengthy, expensive, difficult, and inefficient process. But there is light at the end of the tunnel. We are inviting experts from academia and industry in order to elucidate the drug discovery process from basic research and target identification, including further characterization and development. For every step we provide state-of-the-art technology that can significantly improve your results.

Location

  • Olten, 16. September 2020 *

The Seminar will start at 9:30am.
*) The exact place of the event will be mentioned in our confirmation

How can you benefit from your participation?

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We aim at highlighting the use of exosomes as drug delivery machineries, super-resolution microscopy to elucidate viral assembly to identify potential targets for innovative drugs, and how the single-cell clonality of a patient tumor sample can inform about future therapy strategies. Moreover, you’ll learn how to biophysically and biochemically characterize your protein without the need for surface-immobilization, how to implement high-content imaging and flow cytometry, and why cellular metabolism serves as a fertile drug target.

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Seminar Talks & Guest Presentations

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  • ExoView – Supporting the Development of Exosome Therapeutics
    Ben Owen, NanoView Biosciences Inc.
  • Exploring Single-Molecule Insights for Accelerated Drug Discovery
    Ricardo Bastos, PhD, ONI
  • Tapestri: Single-cell Genotype + Phenotype Analysis for Drug Discovery, Biomarker and Translational Research
    Gema Fuerte, Mission Bio Inc.
  • Flow Cytometry in Drug Discovery
    Anna Eremin, PhD, Idorsia Pharmaceuticals Ltd
  • FIDA – A New Tool for Protein Profiling
    Peter Spies, PhD, FHNW Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
  • CELENA® X – A Powerful Approach to Systems Cell Biology and Phenotypic Drug Discovery
    Javier Garcia, Logos Biosystems
  • Tools for Real-time Analysis of Cellular Metabolism in Drug Discovery Research
    Svetoslav Kalaydjiev, PhD, Cell Analysis Product Specialist, Agilent Technologies

Who should attend

We would like to invite everyone interested in new aspects of drug discovery research. You will enjoy a unique opportunity to interact with your colleagues, the speakers and with fellow researchers from academic and industrial institutions.

Bucher Biotec AG is proud to represent some of the most advanced manufacturers of highly innovative life science research instrumentation.

At this seminar, we will show you how you can implement and harness exciting new tools in order to advance your drug discovery research.

Coffee breaks and a Lunch will allow you to interact with colleagues, the speakers and with fellow researchers from academic and industrial institutions.

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About the Seminar

New drugs are required to address unmet medical needs across diverse therapeutic areas. Drug discovery is the process through which potential new medicines and treatments are identified. The road from a first idea, observation or hypothesis in research to the identification and validation of a candidate for further development is long, but exciting. It involves a wide range of scientific disciplines, including biology, chemistry and pharmacology.

With this seminar, we are providing a stimulating discussion on different aspects of the process of turning ideas into drugs and which tools to use. Irrespective of whether you come from academia or industry, you will return to your laboratory with alternative and attractive concepts and new connections.

Registration

Your participation is free of charge. In order to register for the event please complete the form below or simply give us a call (phone +41 61 269 1111).

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