Is your project or idea ready to translate into a new therapeutic? What data is needed to make you competitive for the next step?
The Yale Center for Molecular Discovery will be hosting an interactive workshop on Yale campuses in preparation for the November 15th, Program in Innovative Therapeutics for Connecticut’s Health (PITCH) Application Deadline.
The workshop will focus on answering questions below about novelty, target-disease connection and druggability, as well as provide tips for putting together a strong proposal.
1. What constitutes a novel target for drug discovery?
2. What background data can demonstrate a strong connection between a target and a disease?
3. Target druggability: considerations on developing small molecule and/or biologics
4. Hallmarks of a strong proposal
5. Approaches building on literature/patents to rapidly progress to proof-of-concept data
We’ll be holding the workshop three times in October.
Yale School of Medicine: October 7, noon – 1 PM, Hope Amphitheatre
Science Hill: October 11, 2-3 PM, Chemistry Research Buliding, Room 102
Yale West Campus: October 13, noon – 1 PM, Building 800, Room 220
Feel free to bring your lunch. We’ll bring cookies.
Let us know if you have any questions about the events by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.