2nd Annual UC-Wide Drug Discovery Symposium

October 4-5, 2018, UCLA California NanoSystems Institute

Announcing Complimentary Registration for All Attendees: Through the support of our symposium sponsors, the registration fee has been waived. Please use the link in the navigation bar to register.

If you paid a fee, this transaction has been refunded and will be applied to your credit card within 3 business days. We will be sure to maintain your confirmed registration, along with information provided, for the upcoming event. Therefore, there are no additional steps that you need to take at this time.  For any questions or concerns, please contact events@cnsi.ucla.edu

University of California Drug Discovery Consortium 2nd Annual Symposium

The second annual UC DDC symposium is being hosted by the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at UCLA. Luminaries in drug discovery and development from across the University of California campuses, as well as from industry, will be coming together during this two day event.

Highlights of planned agenda

  • Plenary lectures from leaders in drug discovery
  • Poster presentations from UC researchers
  • Perspectives on drug development from industry
  • Networking breaks

Who should attend?

UC faculty, students, post-doctoral fellows and staff who have research interests in drug discovery and development at any stage, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry experts with interest in ongoing UC drug discovery projects, and other career professionals interested in networking with UC drug discovery researchers.


Questions? Please contact:
Joe Wagner, Director, UC-DDC or
Robert Damoiseaux, Director, UCLA Molecular Screening Shared Resource

Poster Competition

We are soliciting applicants for our poster competition. The applicatioin for this competition is now closed.

About the UCDDC:

The University of California Drug Discovery Consortium (UC DDC) is a Cross campus initiative created by the University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration & Development (UC BRAID) Drugs, Devices, Diagnostics Development (D4) group. The UC DDC aims to build a drug discovery community for the University of California.