Resources

Education

CARB-X, in collaboration with GARDP, organizes educational sessions called ‘Bootcamps for drug developers’ on a variety of topics related to the development of antibacterial products. Watch for CARB-X/GARDP Bootcamps at major conferences, and watch the Bootcamp videos below.

Bootcamp Medicinal Chemistry (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon) : Introduction

Bootcamp Medicinal Chemistry (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon): Andrea Decker: Drug-Likeness: Physicochemical Properties in Small Molecule Drug Discovery

Bootcamp Medicinal Chemistry (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon): Heinz Moser – Drug Discovery of Antibiotics: The Importance of Physicochemical Properties

Bootcamp Medicinal Chemistry (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon): John Griffin: Emerging Artificial Intelligence Approaches in Drug Discovery and their Application to Antibiotic

Bootcamp Medicinal Chemistry (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon): Medicinal Chemistry Discussion

Bootcamp Preclinical Toxicology (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon): Introduction

Bootcamp Preclinical Toxicology (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon): Terry Miller: Pitfalls in Preclinical Development from the Regulatory Perspective

Bootcamp Preclinical Toxicology (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon) – Claire Sadler: Making Safety a Part of Drug Design

Bootcamp Preclinical Toxicology (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon) – Ryan Cirz: Real life story of unexpected toxicity – Lessons to learn

Bootcamp Preclinical Toxicology (ESCMID/ASM 2018, Lisbon) – Toxicology Discussion

(ESCMID/ASM 2017, Boston) Bootcamp #1: Decisions, Decisions: What Makes a Good Hit? A Good Lead? Why Do You Write a TPP? How Do You Write a TPP?

(ESCMID/ASM 2017, Boston) Bootcamp# 2 How Does a Molecule Become a Physical Medicine to be Given to a Human: The Importance of Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls

(ESCMID/ASM 2017, Boston) Bootcamp #3:Clinical Microbiology for a Development Program