Chemical Biology & Drug Design

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Edited By: David Selwood

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 27/59 (Chemistry Medicinal); 176/290 (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)

Online ISSN: 1747-0285

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Johanna “Hanneke” Jansen
Hanneke Jansen

Johanna (“Hanneke”) Jansen is a Senior Investigator and Group Leader in Computer-Aided Drug Discovery with the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (Emeryville, CA, USA) and an American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellow. She has a passion for extracting knowledge from data, applying computational methods to drug discovery, and multidisciplinary collaborations. Her career in the pharmaceutical industry has resulted in contributions to programs that have delivered clinical candidates and in the development of creative computational chemistry & data-mining methods. She is the founder of the Teach-Discover-Treat initiative (www.tdtproject.org) which engages the computational chemistry community at large and provides resource and incentive to contribute actionable materials for computational chemistry education and drug discovery for neglected diseases.

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Dr. Hideaki Fujii
Hideaki Fujii

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