23. / 24. April 2020

POSTPONED HDDC 2020: 3rd Helmholtz Drug Discovery Conference

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HDDC 2020 postponed

After careful consideration and consultation with the management board of the Helmholtz Centre, we decided to postpone the HDDC2020 to a later date this year. We regret to take this step, but given the current situation, with sharply rising infection rates with SARS-CoV-2 in Europe and in Germany, we consider this as the most reasonable decision for everybody.

We do not want to put the health of conference attendees at risk, and we also want to avoid the risk that participants may be forced into quarantine measures.

Our intention is to keep the excellent scientific program, including the attractive workshops and the industry program.

All applications for posters and short talks (we received many, thanks a lot to you!) will remain valid.

The new date will be announced very soon.

In case you cannot attend on the alternate date, please contact Bettina Mehner for the reverse transfer of the conference fee. For any other questions please contact Kirsten Harmrolfs or Mark Brönstrup.

Best regards,
Mark Brönstrup, Kamyar Hadian and Anna Hirsch
for the Helmholtz Drug Research Initiative

Attracting a high-level audience of researchers, the conference will provide a stimulating platform to discuss the state of the art in drug discovery with academic experts and scientists from biotech and pharmaceutical industries.
With topics focusing on anti-infectives, innovative screens, novel targets and target validation, computational approaches incl. artificial intelligence (AI) and more, this event will be an excellent opportunity to discuss the challenges and chances of modern drug discovery in academia and industry.

In order to foster interaction and knowledge gain in the field, we are pleased to welcome an exceptional group of internationally renowned speakers. Additionally, we will feature oral presentations and poster sessions of submitted abstracts at the HDDC 2020.

Braunschweig's scientific environment will provide an excellent framework for scientific exchange with junior investigators and leading scientists in the fields of drug research and chemical biology. The conference will coincide with the official inauguration of the new building for drug discovery and functional genomics on the campus of the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research by Stephan Weil (Prime Minister of Lower Saxony), Otmar Wiestler (President of the Helmholtz Association), and further representatives from politics and science.

Further information can be found in the event flyer.

Hosted by:

  • Prof. Dr. Mark Brönstrup (HZI) - Chemical Biology
  • Prof. Dr. Anna K. H. Hirsch (HIPS) - Drug Design and Optimization
  • Dr. rer. nat. Kamyar Hadian (HMGU) - Molecular Toxicology and Pharmacology

Datum

23. / 24. April 2020

Veranstaltungsort

Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Inhoffenstraße 7, 38124 Braunschweig

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Andy Myers
    Harvard University
  • Erick M. Carreira   
    ETH Zürich
  • Gonçalo Bernardes
    University of Cambridge
  • Matthew Bogyo
    Stanford University
  • Masatoshi Hagiwara
    Kyoto University
  • Ed Tate
    Imperial College London
  • Eric Fischer
    Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Teresa Carlomagno
    Leibniz University Hannover
  • Rolf Müller
    Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland
  • Ola Engkvist
    Astra Zeneca      
  • Christa Müller   
    Universität Bonn
  • Ian Gilbert
    Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research
  • Matthias Rarey
    Universität Hamburg
  • Ulrike Protzer
    Helmholtz Zentrum München / German Research Center for Environmental Health
  • Lloyd Payne
    Evotec, Manchester

Preliminary Programme

Pre-conference Workshop

Workshop Title:  Drug repurposing: Defining workflows for from assay design and screening to data analysis 
Organizer: Phil Gribbon, Andrea Zaliani (Fraunhofer IME, Hamburg) 
Location: conference room W0.02 (located near to the Forum)
Time: Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 2-7 pm

Conference Workshops

Workshop Title: Modeling for Anyone
Organizer: BioSolveIT
Location: Conference building (Forum, 1st floor)
Time: Thursday, April 23, 2020, during lunchbreak

Workshop Title: Key Rules for Good Science Writing
Organizer: ChemMedChem (Wiley)
Location: Conference building (Forum, 1st floor)
Time: Thursday, April 23, 2020, during lunchbreak

Conference Presentations

Attendants are encouraged to participate actively to the conference by submitting an abstract for a short talk (> 15 slots available) and/or a poster.

Exhibition Area

In addition to scientific conference contributions, HDDC 2020 offers an exhibition area to companies and institutions who would like to strengthen and widen their profile to an expert audience. For details please contact mark.broenstrup@helmholtz-hzi.de.

Deadlines

  • Registration deadline: 06. Apr 2020    
  • Deadline for oral presentations: 28. Feb 2020
  • Deadline for posters: 28. Feb 2020

Registration fee (incl. VAT)

  •  Students & PhD Students 50€
  •  Academic participants 100€
  •  Participants from industry 150€

You will receive an e-mail with the detailed payment information after registering.

If you have any problems or questions about the registration please contact Bettina.Mehner@helmholtz-hzi.de.

Personal Information
Further information

We have reserved rooms for special prices (see hotel list​​​​​​​) at various hotels that you can book, by referencing "HDDC2020". Please note that the HANNOVER MESSE 2020 will be held concurrently which leads to room shortages and higher prices than usual.

So erreichen Sie uns in Braunschweig

Lage des Helmholtz-Zentrums in der Stadt Braunschweig.

Adresse

Helmholtz-Zentrum für Infektionsforschung
Inhoffenstraße 7
38124 Braunschweig

Anreise mit dem Auto

Aus Richtung Berlin/Wolfsburg/Helmstedt:

  • A2 bis zum Kreuz Wolfsburg/Königslutter > A39 in Richtung Kreuz BS-Süd/Wolfenbüttel/Bad Harzburg
  • A39 bis zum Kreuz BS Süd > A395 Richtung Wolfenbüttel - A395 bis zur Ausfahrt BS-Stöckheim >Rechts abbiegen auf den Mascheroder Weg - Nach 500m links in die Inhoffenstraße abbiegen

 Aus Richtung Celle/Hannover:

  • A2 bis zum Kreuz BS Nord > A391 Richtung Kreuz BS Süd/Bad Harzburg/Wolfenbüttel
  • A391 bis zum Kreuz BS Süd > A395 Richtung Wolfenbüttel
  • A395 bis zur Ausfahrt BS-Stöckheim > Rechts in den Mascheroder Weg abbiegen - Nach 500m links in die Inhoffenstraße abbiegen

Aus Richtung Kassel/Salzgitter:

  • A7 bis zum Kreuz Salzgitter > A39 Richtung Berlin/Braunschweig/Salzgitter
  • A39 bis zum Kreuz BS-Süd > A39 Richtung Wolfenbüttel
  • A395 bis zur Ausfahrt BS-Stöckheim > Rechts in den Mascheroder Weg abbiegen
  • Nach 500m links in die Inhoffenstraße abbiegen

 

Anreise mit der Bahn

Braunschweig ist mit jeweils zwei ICE- und Intercity-Linien an das Fernverkehrssystem der Deutschen Bahn angeschlossen. Die ICE-Linien 11 und 12 verdichten die Strecke Berlin Ostbahnhof - Mannheim Hauptbahnhof gemeinsam zu einem Stundentakt, während die Intercity-Linien 55 und 56 die Strecke Leipzig-Hannover in einem stündlichen Takt bedienen.

Nähere Reiseinformationen und Fahrplanauskünfte erhalten Sie hier.

Bus oder Tram

Nehmen Sie Buslinie 431 oder  Tramlinie 1 vom Hauptbahnhof  bis zur Haltestelle "Stöckheimer Markt". Biegen Sie links in den "Mascheroder Weg" ab und nach 500m rechts in die "Inhoffenstraße". 

Weitere Links:

Internetseite der Braunschweiger Verkehrs-AG
Elektronische Fahrplanauskunft (EFA)
Stadtplan der Stadt Braunschweig

Anreise mit dem Flugzeug

Der Flughafen Hannover ist rund 60km entfernt und die Fahrt nach Braunschweig dauert eine Stunde. Züge fahren stündlich in Richtung Braunschweig.

Vom Internationalen Flughafen Frankfurt aus erreichen Sie Braunschweig in drei Stunden mit dem Zug. Frankfurt ist ca. 350km von Braunschweig entfernt.

Die Berliner Flughäfen Schönefeld und Tegel sind ca. 120 Minuten und 230km von Braunschweig entfernt. Züge fahren hier ebenfalls stündlich in Richtung Braunschweig.

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