June 2019 newsletter
Therapeutic protein degradation by design; Presentations from recent meetings; Review of Efficient Drug Discovery Through Connected Chemistry symposium; New website
Martin Slater, Director of Cresset Discovery Services, explains an innovative alternative to running in-house evaluations. By using services to evaluate software you can try the software on your own project data, saving you time and resource.
Analyzing SAR and property data is a core expertise for Cresset Discovery Services. We have experience working with a wide range of different targets, including fragrances, flavors, standard pharmaceutical reagents and anti-fungal agents.
The Cresset 2016 North American and European User Group Meetings included presentations and workshops in Cambridge, MA and UK respectively. A large and diverse group of scientists gathered to share ideas and experiences in the latest computational approaches to the design and optimization of small molecules. See workshop content plus presentations we have permission to publish.
Computational methods that analyze how drugs interact with protein targets are also effective for flavor and fragrance molecules. Read how to use pharma methods to sniff for substitutes, as published in Chemistry Australia.
As announced by press release earlier this month, Cresset are pleased to be the exclusive global distribution and support partner for BioMolTech’s Lead Finder protein-ligand docking software.
We are seeking a full-time Senior Scientific Consultant to work within Cresset Discovery Services. Reporting to the Director of Discovery Services, the job holder will be responsible for the delivery of outsourced discovery projects to Cresset’s growing base of clients.