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Meet… Medicines Discovery Catapult

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  • UserDr Martin Main; Head of Molecular Sciences, Medicines Discovery Catapult, UK
  • ClockThursday 22 July 2021, 14:00-15:30
  • HouseOnline via zoom.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Bobbie Claxton.

This is a free virtual seminar but registration is required.

An introductory talk about the activities of Medicines Discovery Catapult, including the opportunity to set up 1:1 meetings with the team.

MDC provides extensive expertise in industrial medicines discovery and informatics combined with access to innovative technologies, platforms, and outsourced, multiparty R&D. We can also help you access patient samples and valuable patient insights. We can get under the skin of your medicine discovery project, helping uncover the path to your success. Every new challenge brought to us is a chance to leverage our skills and capabilities, helping us to enhance the capabilities of our collaborators.

MDC works with academics and SMEs in a variety of ways, including collaborating on and supporting grant applications.

Martin worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 25 years, at Merck, GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca. Martin has extensive expertise in early-stage drug discovery, having previously led the Discovery Biology UK department at AstraZeneca which had the remit of reagent generation (purified proteins, cell models) and assay development (biochemical, cellular, high-content). In his current role at MDC , Martin’s group is focused on the advancement and application of a range of drug discovery technology platforms, including mass-spectrometry and high-resolution microscopy, with a particular focus on pre-clinical cell models and cellular target engagement

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This talk is part of the Babraham Seminar series.

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