June 5th, 2012
Schrödinger Regional User Meeting, Boston, MA

The Schrödinger Boston User Meeting will be held at the Museum of Science on June 5, preceding the CHI Structure-Based Drug Design conference. As in past years, the regional user meetings offer a great opportunity to see current research from your colleagues and to learn about the latest developments from Schrödinger.


  8:30       Breakfast & registration
  9:00       TBD
                 Roy Vaz, Senior Director, Sanofi
  9:40       Rapid drug discovery at Nimbus and the role of Seurat
                 Matt Wessel, Senior Principal Scientist, Schrödinger
10:20       Coffee break
10:50       Large protein-interaction data sets and strategies for modeling binding specificity
                 Amy Keating, Associate Professor, MIT
11:35       Introducing BioLuminate: A program for the design of bio-pharmaceuticals
                 Dave Pearlman, Senior Principal Scientist, Schrödinger
12:20       Lunch break
  1:30       The many contributions to protein-ligand binding: Implications in drug design
                 Cristiano Guimarães, Senior Principal Scientist, Pfizer
  2:10       PyMOL v1.5: New features and recent developments
                 Jason Vertrees, Principal Scientist, Schrödinger
  2:40       Schrödinger’s virtual screening study on Cycle Computing’s 50K-core utility
                 supercomputer on AWS cloud
                 Alessandro Monge, Vice President of Business Development, Schrödinger
  3:00       Schrödinger Suite 2012: New features, products, and enhancements
                 Woody Sherman, Vice President of Applications Science, Schrödinger 
  3:30       Reception at Schrödinger Cambridge office


This meeting is offered free of charge, but we ask that you register to reserve your space. To register, please submit this short online form.