Efficient Drug Discovery Through Connected Chemistry: Effective Real-time Tracking of the DMTA Process


Chemistry in drug discovery, involving design, make, test and analysis, for modern pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies can involve many departments and external providers. This scientific seminar will discuss the challenges faced and present solutions to streamline the process.

Who should attend by role?

Computational chemist • Medicinal chemist • Synthetic chemist • Head of discovery • Head of modeling and simulation • Head of R&D • Research Scientist

Who should attend by organization?

Academia • Pharmaceutical • Biotech • Agrochemical

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Merck Research Laboratories

33 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115

Parking when visiting Merck Research Labs

Please notice that there is NO attendee parking at the Merck Research Labs.

By Public Transportation

The Green Line has two trains (the D train and the E train) with stops that are approximately a 10-minute walk from the facility. The D train stops at Fenway Station and the E train stops at Longwood Medical Area
Please see public parking garages within walking distance to Merck below.

Standard Parking

(Across from Beth Israel Hospital Shapiro Bldg)
333 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115

Pilgrim Parking, Inc.

Longwood Galleria Parking Garage
(3 blocks)
350 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115

Children’s Hospital Parking

Occasionally Available to External Parkers Depending on Daily Volume
300 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115

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