Stanford ChEM-H has partnered with the Department of Chemical and Systems Biology in the School of Medicine to launch the High-Through Screening Knowledge Center. The mission of the High-Throughput Screening Knowledge Center is to provide a hands-on learning environment and state-of-the-art technology for the identification of small molecules and/or antibodies that interact with potential therapeutic targets.
Calls for Proposals
High-Throughput Screening Knowledge Center: Assay Development Call for Proposals
The Stanford Innovative Medicines Accelerator (IMA) aims to accelerate the translation of scientific discoveries at Stanford University into new therapeutics that impact human health. Adaptation of laboratory-grade assays to high-throughput screening formats is a key bottleneck in this process. IMA is accepting proposals for assay development projects to create and optimize miniaturized assays for future use in high-throughput screening. Selected projects will receive access to the ChEM-H / CSB High-Throughput Screening Knowledge Center facility, which includes instrumentation fees, associated consumables, and expert training and advice in assay development for high-throughput screens