Crystal Growth & Design

Inspiring Medicines Design through Solid-State Chemistry

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In this presentation, the challenges posed by computational over-prediction of crystal structures and experimental under-estimation of polymorphs and the opportunity for data-driven approaches to assess the risk of polymorphism are highlighted. Here we attempt to answer, “What can we learn about how molecules crystallize from the 1.1+ million structures in the Cambridge Structural Database?”

You will hear from Dr. Susan Reutzel-Edens, Head of Science at The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre.

Dr. Susan Reutzel-Edens is the Head of Science at the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre. She has a B. Sc. in chemistry from Winona State University and a Ph. D. in chemistry from the University of Minnesota (Prof. M.C. Etter). She has contributed to the development of more than 150 compounds, is a named inventor on 12 US patents, and has published over 50 papers and book chapters on key aspects of solid form development.

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