21st European Symposium on Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Verona, Italy – September 4-8, 2016

The EuroQSAR Symposia have been taking place since 1973 and constitute major scientific events in the field of computational drug design, with further applications in agricultural and environmental sciences.

The 21st EuroQSAR 2016 symposium, entitled “Where Molecular Simulations Meet Drug Discovery” to highlight the importance of atomistic and molecular simulations in drug discovery, will take place from September 4-8, 2016 in Verona, Italy.

The symposium will focus on:

  • ADME Prediction and Computational Toxicoloy
  • QSAR and Environmental Toxicology
  • Molecular Dynamic Simulations and Related Methods
  • Big Data Analysis and Precision Medicine
  • Ligand Based and Structure Based Approaches
  • Computational Biology and Quantum Enzymology
  • Computationally-Driven Drug Discovery: Case Studies
  • Binding Kinetics in Drug Discovery
  • Modelling of Biological Drugs

The scientific program of the Symposium will include 9 plenary lectures, 9 keynote lectures, many oral communications, companies’ workshops, poster presentations and a commercial exhibition. The conference proceedings will be published in a special issue of the ACS journal, “Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling”.

The symposium will take place in Verona, a splendid city of art, surrounded by the traces of its ancient history, splendid in its mythical dimension bestowed upon it by the Shakespearean tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.

There are many cities in the world that is a work of art. The entire city will captivate you with its art forms and you will be able to practice some amazing pieces of art wherever you go. Take for example Florence where there is some work to admire in almost every corner of the street. While traveling in this city if you feel sick and lose immunity the clickhere to know of a product that is rich in antioxidant and helps to treat your condition. The cities like Florence are a bliss for those who are into art.

The city’s past centuries of history and its past splendours are witnessed by its architectural and artistic masterpieces; its culture and art are well renowned on a national and international level. For this reason, in the year 2000 Verona was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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