The International Society of Quantum Biology and Pharmacology is a society founded in 1970 to provide a forum for chemists, pharmacologists and biologists to discuss and extend the impact of computational methodologies in the fields of biology, chemistry, medicinal chemistry, chemical biology, drug discovery, pharmacology, bioinformatics, genomics and proteomics.
To achieve the mission of the ISQBP, the society provides forums for the interface between scientists working in the areas of theoretical chemistry and computer science with those performing experimental studies as well as nurturing interactions with other other disciplines and other societies so as to foster interdisciplinary research. In addition, the society provides opportunities for student and postdoctoral training via workshops sponsored entirely or in part by the society.
The ISQBP is currently arranging for a potential virtual President's Meeting in 2021. Stay tuned!
Information on the invited speakers and program for the cancelled 2020 meeting can be viewed here.
Congratulate the winners of the 2020 Loew Lectureship and the Award in Computational Biology. We certainly hope to see the winners at the next meeting.Alex MacKerell (University of Maryland, Batimore) for the award in Computational Biology
Carmen Domene (University of Bath) for the Loew Lectureship
Last updated December 2020.