Webinar – Solve 3D structural challenges with Mnova StereoFitter

Webinar - Solve 3D structural challenges with Mnova StereoFitter

WHEN?

Apr/08/2020
 

“Introducing Mnova StereoFitter, an integrated workflow for conformational and configurational analysis of small molecules in solution”

Our colleague Dr. Mark Dixon will demonstrate a new capability to elucidate 3D structures using a comprehensive set of tools integrated together as a plugin for Mnova NMR.

SPEAKER
Dr. Mark Dixon

DATE
Wednesday, April 8th

TIME
11.30am (EDT) / 5.30pm (CEST)

ABSTRACT

This webinar will demonstrate a new capability for chemists to elucidate 3D structure of their molecules for themselves, using a comprehensive set of tools integrated together as a plugin for Mnova NMR.  Using readily available NMR constraints it will be shown how simple it is to extract a best-fit from a set of conformers or stereoisomers in a very short amount of time.

What to expect

A demonstration of the software using multiple examples, along with contextual commentary on the benefits to the chemist of such an approach

Key points

  • Determine 3D structure of molecules in solution
  • Conformational or configurational analysis
  • Constraints include NOEs, Js, RDCs, and/or predicted chemical shifts

Who should attend?

  • Pharma & Biotech researchers who need 3D structural insight into their drug candidates in solution
  • Educators of undergraduate and postgraduate classes
  • Academics working with 3D structural problems

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Dr. Mark Dixon

Senior Account Manager & BD (US & Canada)
Mestrelab Research

Dr. Mark Dixon got his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry at Nottingham University. Mark cut his teeth in Pharmaceutical R&D as an NMR Spectroscopy specialist at Fisons, then Astra, which finally morphed into AstraZeneca. Then he worked for Varian in Palo Alto working with the Applications team followed by a move to Marketing in the role of Software Product Manager. After Varian’s demise he worked as Product Manager for Thermo Fisher Scientific’s picoSpin NMR spectrometer, before starting at Mestrelab Research in late 2016.

Extended bio about Dr. Mark Dixon.