SLAS Point-to-Point
Jan. 25, 2016

Today's Announcements


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Keynote Speaker: Michael M. Gottesman, MD, NIH National Cancer Institute
Monday, Jan. 25, 9:00-10:00 a.m., Room 6AB
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GottesmanArrive by 8:30 a.m. to claim a seat for the SLAS2016 Opening Session. After important SLAS announcements, keynote speaker Gottesman virtually presents “Analyzing the Complexity of Drug Resistance in Cancer,” summarizing his current work to define mechanisms of drug resistance in cancer, and determine clinical relevance of these mechanisms to develop means to circumvent or target them. Gottesman is chief of the Laboratory of Cell Biology in the National Cancer Institute and NIH deputy director for intramural research, overseeing research and training in NIH laboratories.More

Focused Networking through SLAS Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are one way SLAS helps connect the community to develop ideas and initiatives around shared interests. SIGs are informal, free and organized by SLAS members to explore specialized topics. Everyone is invited to join these SIG meetings during SLAS2016 and/or keep in touch with SLAS SIGs throughout the year on LinkedIn.

Tuesday, Jan 26, 8:00-9:15 a.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 8:00-9:15 a.m.

 Wednesday, Jan. 27, Noon-1:15 p.m.


Exhibitor Tutorials: From the Exhibition to the Classroom

Exhibitor Tutorials are unique opportunities to acquire in-depth information about the different technologies, services and solutions available from some SLAS2016 exhibitors. Hosted by individual exhibitors, space is limited to 50 people per session, so please arrive early. All SLAS2016 conference participants are welcome to attend the tutorials presented today at 12:30 and 2:00 p.m., and tomorrow at 9:30 a.m., 12:30 and 2:00 p.m. See the Exhibitor Tutorials schedule; descriptions can be found in the Event Scheduler and Conference App.More

Today in the SLAS Scientific Journals Information Station

Visit the SLAS Journal Information Station in the SLAS Member Center to say hello, ask questions and get to know authors of some of JALA and JBS’s most innovative research. Enjoy informal, face-to-face conversations about their work, your work and the new ideas shaping some of today’s most promising research.


Pick Up Your T-Shirt at the SLAS Member Center
Sponsored by Cosmo Biotechnologies

Full conference registrants can exchange the T-shirt voucher attached to your conference registration badge for the SLAS2016 commemorative T-shirt in the Member Center. Supplies are limited, and sizes cannot be guaranteed.

Recorded Presentations Provide Schedule Flexibility

Select podium presentations are being recorded for on-demand access following SLAS2016. Full Conference attendees and dues-paying members will be sent a link when they become available. For now, please consider this future online availability as you plan your itinerary this week.

Monday Presentations
Scott Busby: HT-MALDI-MS as a Complete Label-Free Drug Discovery Platform: From Target Characterization through High-Throughput Screening to Hit Follow Up

Sindy Tang, Stanford University: Droplet Microfluidics: Amphiphilic Nanoparticles as Droplet Stabilizers for High-fidelity and Ultrahigh-throughput Droplet Assays

Tuesday Presentations
Louis Cohen: High-Throughput Screening of Metagenomic DNA Libraries

Ed Rebar: Genome Engineering with Zinc Finger Nucleases

Wednesday Presentations
Jason Cassaday: Development of a Platform to Enable Fully Automated Cross-Titration Experiments

Tiffany Chen: Identifying Druggable Cells: Automated Methods for High-Content Single-Cell Screening

Peter Tonge: Drug-Target Residence Time: Target Engagement, Target Vulnerability and Predictions of in Vivo Drug ActivityMore

Online Poster Gallery

Browse the SLAS2016 Online Poster Gallery to see the scientific posters submitted by presenters. The gallery remains live for your convenience throughout the coming year. Search by date, category, author, keywords, title or thumbnail.More