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  • A year in publications – 2014

    A year in collaborative publications, the ups and downs and a few random comments as well (with a big thanks to all involved): 1. Ekins S and Freundlich JS and Coffee M, A common feature pharmacophore for FDA-approved drugs inhibiting the Ebola virus, F1000research, 3: 277, 2014. This came initially from a Twitter exchange of …

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  • Curriculum Vitae

    Curriculum Vitae Sean Ekins M.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc. (215) 687-1320 5616 Hilltop Needmore Road, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526 USA Summary   I am a scientific leader with over 20 years of dense experience in drug discovery at big pharma, start-up companies and rare disease foundations. I have considerable informatics, ADME-Tox and drug discovery expertise, …

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  • A triple life in science

    Ever since embarking on my pretty unusual career path in leaving big pharma in 2001, I have been faced with several forks in the road, hard decisions on which way to go. To join a software company or not? work with university spin out? – some were good decisions others less so. Since 2008 I …

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  • PLOS paper going viral?

    There is just too much going on now with the whole Ebola virus outbreak and the ALS Ice bucket challenge to really use the word “viral”, but I will use it regardless. Last Thursday at 2pm a small editorial co-authored with Ethan Perlstein went live at PLOS Computational Biology about ten simple rules for live …

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  • Anatomy of a PLOS Computational Biology Paper

    I think the following is a fair representation of what kicked off the very short editorial paper published today in PLOS Computational Biology. In addition the timeline gives an idea that coming up with the manuscript was quick relative to publication but isn’t that always how it is, the idea is easy relative to getting …

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