How to use these powerful tools for the exploration of bioactive compound space, how to select the right set of tool compounds and controls for HTS experimental design?
The detailed program will be announced.
Date: June 2020
Location: Webex Dial-In (will be provided after registration) Registration: Šárka Šímová, send e-mail (registration will be open in May 2020)
This webinar is free to attend, but you need to register for a place beforehand. The webinar will be hosted on CISCO Webex
Šárka Šímová (IMG, Prague, Czech Republic), Francisca Vicente (Fundación MEDINA, Granada, Spain), Sheraz Gul (IME, Hamburg, Germany) and Jose Manuel Brea (USC, Santiago de Compstela, Spain) will present the Introduction to High-Throughput Screening - Webinar, a web-based theoretical course for researchers and students considering HTS as part of their research.
Date: Thursday, April 2, 2020, 15:00-16:15 CET Location:
Webex Dial-In (will be provided after registration)
Registration: Šárka Šímová (first come, first served)
This webinar is free to attend, but you need to register for a place beforehand. The webinar will be hosted on CISCO Webex.
The course is intended mainly for staff in charge of compound collection management and mainly for staff from EU-OPENSCREEN and prospective EU-OPENSCREEN partner sites. The maximum capacity of the course is 10 attendees. The course will be organized every year during the DRIVE project (2020, 2021 and 2022).
As is it stated in the document, the final program can be customized depending on the specific interests of the individual attendees, covering and discussing the suggested topics more in depth. For more information and for registration please contact CZ-OPENSCREEN, Mrs. Sarka Simova.
EU-OPENSCREEN Director, Wolfgang Fecke, will give an online webinar together with Mathew Hall (NIH-NCATS) on "Quality in Screening", on November 19 from 15:00 to 16:00 CET. The webinar will focus on quality standards and assay guidelines in high-throughput screening as part of a new series of open access online courses and webinars on hot topics in Translational Medicine offered by EATRIS starting this fall.
For more information see here.