BAGIM is an active community of Boston area scientists bringing together people from diverse fields of modeling and informatics to impact life and health sciences. BAGIM strives to create a forum for great scientific discussions covering a wide range of topics including data management, visualization, computational chemistry, drug discovery, protein structure, molecular modeling, structure-based drug design, data mining, software tools, and the sharing of goals and experiences. Our community is made up of participants from academia, government, and industry whose goal is to engage in the discussion of science involving a synthesis of theory and technology. Discussions sponsored by BAGIM are targeted to the needs and interests of informatics scientists, computational chemists, medicinal chemists, and statisticians. BAGIM also provides opportunities for networking within these disciplines as well as an arena for the dissemination of information of specific interest to the membership.

Monday, March 28, 2016

BAGIM Event: Dr. Paul Clemons and Dr. Mathias Wawer, April 28th starting at 6pm at the Broad Institute

Dr. Paul Clemons and Dr. Mathias Wawer will present "Chemical diversity expressed through small-molecule performance: diverse readouts, phenotypes, and genetic determinants" on Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 7pm, following refreshments at 6pm, at the Broad Institute, 415 Main St. Cambridge MA. 

Once at the Broad, take the elevators to the second floor, exiting left. Food and drink will be in the Yellowstone room, and the presentation in the Monadnock room. Please RSVP  early and accurately so that we may better plan the event. 

BAGIM is sponsored by Scilligence, OpenEye Scientific Software, Schrodinger, Chemical Computing Group, ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, Optibrium, Dassault Systemes, Dotmatics, LabAnswer, and ChemAxon