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

University Event


Protein Modelling and drug discovery

University event offered by Aston University

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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