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ChemBridge Sponsoring Poster Awards at SBI2 High Content 2018 Conference, Boston, MA, USA, September 18 - 20, 2018

San Diego, CA, USA, July 18, 2018

The 5th Annual SBI2 High Content 2018 Conference will be held at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center of Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, September 18-20, 2018. High Content 2018 is organized by the Society of Biomolecular Imaging and Informatics (SBI2), an international community of leaders, scientists, and students promoting technological advancement, discovery, and education to quantitatively interrogate biological models to provide high context information at the cellular level.

High Content 2018 will offer introductory educational course topics covering hardware and acquisition, assay types and development, image and data analysis; advanced course topics covering 3D-models, new technologies, live cell imaging, flow-cytometry and imaging mass-spec, phenotypic screening, statistical analysis, systems biology, HCS in ADME/Tox, cell feature visualization of HCS and FACS data, machine learning; a colloquium "How are emerging technologies in disease models, high content imaging, and data analytics changing our approach to drug discovery?”; and session topics including Novel Technologies and Applicability of High Content Screening, Preclinical High Content Applications and Impact/Translation to the Clinic; Advancing and Expanding 3D and 4D Imaging Modes; New Insights, New Opportunities: Machine Learning and Multi-Parametric Analytics.

ChemBridge is pleased to provide sponsorship for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place poster awards for the third year in a row.

ChemBridge offers screening compounds and libraries for use in cell-based and biochemical screening including:

  • A stock of more than 1.2 million small molecule screening compounds including sp3-enriched screening compounds with more 3-dimensional structure
  • Our new Macrocycle Library compounds
  • Diversity screening libraries including the DIVERSet Libraries
  • Targeted and biased screening libraries for kinase, ion channel, GPCR, nuclear receptor and CNS research

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