Michael is director of automation and compound management in the Division of Pre-clinical Innovation at NCATS. He and his team create, operate, maintain and develop improvements to a suite of automated high-throughput robotic screening systems. These systems operate on a scale equal to or greater than those at the largest pharmaceutical companies. In addition, they have made possible the development of hundreds of chemical probes that investigators worldwide use to validate new drug targets and chemical leads for development of new drugs for dozens of currently untreatable diseases.
Tuesday, February 6
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM