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The deadline for registration is June 20, 2019.
June 25, 2019 | 9:00–16:00
82152 Planegg, Germany
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Andreas Boll, Scientific Associate Director, MorphoSys AG, Planegg, Germany
Andreas Boll joined MorphoSys AG in 2004 and is currently Scientific Associate Director in the department of Discovery Alliances & Technologies, responsible for Lab Automation, R&D Software Landscape and Data Science approaches. He has more than 15 years’ experience working with synthetic antibody libraries, phage display and antibody engineering. He graduated from the Technical University Munich with a degree in Microbiology. Prior to joining MorphoSys, Andreas worked at MWG Biotech in the field of DNA microarrays and robotic prototyping, and Xerion Pharmaceuticals AG, as scientific lead for HT screening.
Sameh Eid, Principal Scientist, Research Informatics, Merck Healthcare, Darmstadt, Germany
Sameh Eid was trained as a pharmacist then completed his Ph.D. studies in the University of Basel in the field of computational drug design. Afterwards, he joined the BioMed X Innovation Center in Heidelberg, where he worked on the development of novel computational methods for optimization of protein kinase selectivity. Since 2017, he has joined the Research Informatics team at Merck Healthcare as a principal scientist, where he works on research data systems, including Genedata Biologics, and their integration with processing and analysis tools.
Christopher Wilson, Senior Scientist I, Crescendo Biologics, Cambridge, UK
Chris Wilson is part of the Bioinformatics group at Crescendo Biologics. He transferred internally from the Analytical group, focussed on characterising Humabody constructs in terms of biophysical properties. He graduated from the University of Surrey and has previously worked within QC in GMP laboratories. He has pioneered the automation of data analysis across the discovery cascade at Crescendo and has been instrumental in the successful implementation of Genedata Biologics across the company. He graduated from the University of Surrey and has previously worked within QC in GMP laboratories. He has pioneered the automation of data analysis across the discovery cascade at Crescendo and has been instrumental in the successful implementation of Genedata Biologics across the company.