Structure-activity data analysis and visualisation


Exploratory data analysis and visualisation applied to structure-activity relationships: A medicinal chemistry perspective

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We were joined by an expert from PerkinElmer, who demonstrated how interactive visualizations and data analysis can help medicinal chemists to explore SAR data and extract hidden structure-activity patterns.

By watching this video, we hope you will be able to:

  • See how data analytics can help extract additional value from SAR data
  • Correlate chemistry & biological activity
  • Use data visualization to understand compound selectivity

Speakers

Ismail Ijjaali

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Ismail Ijjaali, Perkin Elmer

Ismail Ijjaali received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Henri-Poincaré University, Nancy, France. After his post-doctoral fellowship at Northwestern University Chicago and a diploma in Computational Chemistry, Ismail spent 8 years at Aureus Sciences (now part of Elsevier) where he was involved in consulting activities for their chemical/biological knowledge databases and managing several funded European projects in drug discovery. Ismail joined PerkinElmer in 2012 as part of the European Regional Marketing team working on Chemistry Enterprise solutions and Analytics.

Perkin Elmer

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About PerkinElmer

PerkinElmer Informatics delivers software and services globally for research, discovery, analysis and collaboration across multiple industries.  PerkinElmer’s Ensemble solution, with the TIBCO Spotfire platform, supports crucial informatics activities for scientific research and development applications. Informatics products include ChemBioOffice, ChemDraw, E-Notebook and LES systems for knowledge management and integrated laboratory systems.

Moderator

Benjamin Valsler, Chemistry World magazine 

Ben is the online and multimedia editor of Chemistry World magazine, producing video and podcasts to accompany the magazine and website.

Prior to joining the Royal Society of Chemistry, he was the producer of the award-winning Naked Scientists, making local and national radio programmes for the BBC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Primedia in South Africa. He also made podcasts for the Science and Technology Facilities Council, the Wellcome Trust and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, as well as working closely with Rolls Royce to promote materials science.

Outside of the RSC, Ben delivers workshops on science communication, gives talks on the science in comics and is a keen photographer.

 


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