Upcoming Global Web Symposia
April 27, 201211:30 am – 1:00 pm EDT
Symposium Course Description: This course will focus on understanding the type of data that NMR can produce in a small molecule drug discovery environment. Applications of NMR will be given that includes screening of fragments, evaluation of lead compounds, and structure determination of molecules and metabolites. Emphasis will be placed on ensuring that attendees have an understanding of NMR to enable them to become intelligent consumers of NMR data.
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Who Should Attend: Discovery Chemistry, Discovery Biology, and Analytical Chemistry Researchers
Instructor Information:Edward R. Zartler, Ph.D. Chief Scientific Officer of Quantum Tessera Consulting, LLC
Dr. Zartler has spent over a decade in the pharmaceutical industry. His expertise is in the realm of biophysical methods, in particular NMR spectroscopy. Dr. Zartler is an internationally recognized expert in NMR methodology development and applications, having spoken on three continents on his work.
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