The Symposium objectives are presenting the most significant achievements in the development and practical application of computational methods in discovery and validation of new drug targets, in silico design of more efficient and safer pharmaceutical substances, optimization of their structures and properties, rational utilization of therapeutics in medical practice, as well as discussing the current…
“We want to celebrate how far we have come as humanity in the last 100 years, all thanks to science.” That is why we decided to think about the future of medical care, within the framework of our 1st Virtual Health Conference organized by the Faculty of Medicine from the “Universidad De Las Americas”, and…
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