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 THREE COURSES, TWO WAYS TO ATTEND

THREE COURSES ON METHODS IN DRUG DISCOVERY:

*  Fluorescence Assays in Drug Discovery.  This is an established one- or two-day course on a major analytical method, successfully presented at large pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, instrument companies, and reagent companies.  For a brochure, click here.

*  Enzyme and Binding Assays in Drug Discovery.  This one-day or day-and-a-half course reviews the principles of enzyme kinetics and ligand-protein binding and applies them to the drug-discovery environment, in which the rules learned in university biochemistry courses don't necessarily apply fully.  For a brochure, click here.

*   Label-Free Assays in Drug Discovery.   This is a one-day survey of the principal label-free assay methods used in drug discovery, both biochemical (binding) and cellular.  It includes surface-binding methods such as plasmon resonance, as well as calorimetry, mass spectroscopy, and the newer label-free cell-based functional assays.  For a brochure, click here.

TWO WAYS TO ATTEND:

*  Private courses.  To find out about having me present a course at your site, look at one of the brochures (see immediately above) or contact me here.  

 

*  Public courses.  I present courses that are open to the public, generally in cooperation with Select Biosciences.  

 

I may be be giving public one-day versions of all three courses in the San Francisco Bay Area this fall.  For further information and to be kept informed of developments, contact me.

 

If you would like to be informed of future offerings, please send me an email (jack*owicki%; please replace "*" by "@" and "%" by ".com"; I'm being cryptic to foil trolling spambots).

 

 

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