For the first time Lund University offers two new courses on bioinformatics and protein modelling and on structure-guided drug design for pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
This 4 days intensive hands-on course aims at providing the participants with basic understanding in the areas of modern structural bioinformatics and homology-based protein modelling.
An overview of the crystallography techniques used in structure determination of proteins and protein-ligand complexes will also be presented as well as general principles of protein structure, function and dynamics together with the basic requirements for three-dimensional structure prediction and homology based modelling. After finishing the course the participants should be able to build own homology models of proteins of interest for use in projects with relation to biochemistry/molecular biology and other areas in biotechnology.
This 2 days intensive hands-on course aims at providing the participants with basic understanding of computational modelling in the area of drug discovery. After finishing the course the participants will have basic understanding of ligand protein interactions, be familiar with a range of ligand and structure based computational methods and perform simple computational modelling tasks using state of the art software. The participants will also be introduced to physico-chemical property predictions and property filtering of compound databases.
Our lecturers are world-leading scientists from university and industry with a broad experience of structural biology, computational chemistry and drug design.
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