Join us on June 22 for this free virtual Symposium – Registration is open!
Recent advances in computational and machine learning sciences have had a substantial impact on the antibody discovery process. Novel protocols that incorporate computational approaches can now be used to generate functional antibody therapeutics with good developability. In silico methods complement existing experimental strategies, and their use has become more mainstream in the biopharmaceutical industry. However, the application of computational de novo design strategies requires a thorough understanding of their capabilities, limitations, and experimental validation, as well as their place in the overall discovery pipeline and value chain.
In this Symposium, leading experts in computational antibody discovery from academia and industry will discuss their scientific strategies and progress to date. The event aims to provide a platform for better understanding of the breakthroughs and future directions in this multidisciplinary field, through talks, a panel session, and your questions and insights.
The Symposium commences at 8am PT/11am ET/4pm BST/5pm CET with speakers Drs. Pietro Sormanni, Yanay Ofran, Victor Greiff, Sandeep Kumar, and Ben Holland. The panel session, moderated by Konrad Krawczyk and including Jiye Shi, Tom Diethe and several speakers, will start at ~2pm ET. The Symposium concludes at 3pm ET following final remarks by Andrew Buchanan.