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Annual Drug Discovery Conferences Being Held in Boston MA, Spring 2012
Date:3/14/2012

FARMINGTON, Conn., March 14, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Global Information Inc. is excited to announce 4 significant Drug Discovery and Healthcare conferences scheduled for Boston, MA in the Spring of 2012.

8th Annual PEGS, Protein Engineering Summit
April 30 – May 4, 2012: Cambridge Healthtech Institute is hosting the Eighth Annual PEGS: Protein Engineering Summit in Boston, MA. This comprehensive event encompasses 12 tracks, 15 short courses, and a preconference partnering forum for showcasing early stage companies. Topics span from early stage discovery of new methods for protein expression and antibody engineering, to improved analytical techniques, and clinical results in the most promising areas of biotechnology. There is tremendous momentum and investment in biologics, and PEGS offers an unparalleled view of the field.

Additional information and Early Bird discounted rates are available at http://www.giiconference.com/chi214651-2012/

Next-Gen Kinase Inhibitors
June 4 - 6, 2012: Pioneers from across the rapidly maturing kinase inhibitors field will gather to explore the exciting question of what lies ahead at the Next-Gen Kinase Inhibitors Conference in Cambridge, MA. What is in store for the pharmaceutical industry and what new avenues are opening up for new technologies and methods as novel targets and therapeutic approaches are explored? What ground-breaking kinase indications are being discovered, and what other therapeutic areas are blossoming?

Topics to be explored include key issues around addressing resistance; selectivity versus safety; developing lead compounds; the integration of chemistry and biology; using promising techniques such as frag
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