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H3D's scientific seminars are driven by our passion for pioneering drug discovery and development in Africa and feature world-class scientific leaders from around the globe and leading H3D scientists and project managers. These presentations are produced in collaboration with University of Cape Town (UCT), and further serve to educate and prepare South Africa's current and future scientific experts to continue making a significant global impact and compete internationally for world-class funding and collaborations.

We are passionate about scientific exchange and seek to both learn from the great minds we interact with as well as elevate the scientific capabilities of all those we come in contact with; wherever and whenever possible. Please click on any title below to watch the presentation on H3D'sYouTube channel, subscribe to our channel or view additional past programming and archives.

If you are interested in collaborating for a future webinar presentation, we would love to hear from you. Contact us here for more information.


Selected H3D Webinars

Click on any title to view the presentation on our YouTube channel:

Introduction to Drug Discovery, by Professor Kelly Chibale, PhD

Drug Discovery Course: Data-driven drug discovery based on machine learning and large-scale bioactivity experiments, by Miquel Duran-Frigola, PhD

Demystifying AI and machine learning for drug discovery, by Miquel Duran-Frigola, PhD

Human Dose Predictions, by Nina Lawrence

How understanding metabolism can guide drug discovery and development, by Claire Le Manach

Diving into PK analysis, by Christel Brunchwig

Venture Capital investment in pharmaceuticals- A case study of Namibia, by Jerome Kisting of Baobab Capital

Mechanisms of antibiotic resistance, by Yashini Naidoo

How to predict a human dose using nonclinical data, by Karsten Menzel

TB and AMR Biology Assays at H3D, by Vinayak Singh and Andani Mulelu

Common organic reactions for medicinal chemists as applied in drug discovery, by Aloysius Nchinda

Small but Mighty: Mycobacterium tuberculosis and how we contend, by Nikki Cardoso

Parallel Synthesis, by Jean Dam

Future of Retrosynthesis, by Sauvik Samanta