Aston University
Aston University
Pharmacy - The way a small molecule interacts with a protein or related receptor is the basis for the action of many of the drug therapies available today. at Aston University

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Protein Modelling and drug discovery

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Event Summary:

Pharmacy - The way a small molecule interacts with a protein or related receptor is the basis for the action of many of the drug therapies available today.

Full Event Details:

The way a small molecule interacts with a protein or related receptor is the basis for the action of many of the drug therapies available today. This masterclass will provided an excellent opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience of molecular modelling of drug-protein interactions. With the assistance of 3D stereoscopic viewing, the students will utilise the output from protein-ligand docking experiments and molecular dynamics simulations to investigate the drug-protein interactions with the goal of suggesting improvements to molecular structure of the drugs concerned. A basic knowledge of chemistry is desirable.

To book your place visit http://www.aston.ac.uk/masterclasses

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

Duration:

Short Session

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Minimum number of students:

1

Institution Profile:

Aston, a research-led University, was founded in 1895. It has been recognised as a University since 1966 and is renowned for its excellent teaching quality and significant ties to industry, government and commerce. Based in the centre of Birmingham, it boasts a 40 acre-campus with academic, social and accommodation facilities. The University’s student population of just over 8,800 comes from more than 120 countries.

This University is dedicated to superior education with innovative programmes. The five main areas of study at the University are Aston Business School; the School of Engineering and Applied Science; the School of Languages and Social Sciences; the School of Life and Health Sciences; and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Academic strengths

The University is committed to providing high quality, innovative programmes, which meet the needs of the professional world and prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career. Aston University is consistently highly ranked in various league/rankings tables.

The following subject areas have been assessed by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) as Excellent (marks over 22 out of 24): business and management; biological sciences; French; German; optometry; pharmacy; and psychology.

Most of our bachelor’s degrees offer you the choice to study on sandwich courses, which include a paid work placement or a study year at a partner institution. The work placement provides the opportunity to put knowledge into practice whilst gaining valuable professional experience to enhance your employment prospects.

Aston Graduates are highly sought after by many major international companies, and the University is consistently at the top of the league tables for graduate employment.




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