Frequently Asked Questions
What does ASAP stand for?
ASAP stands for the “AI-driven Structure-enabled Antiviral Platform”, and highlights the central role that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) play, alongside computational chemistry, in accelerating structure-based drug discovery.
How can I stay up to date with ASAP activities and developments?
You can follow ASAP on twitter at @asap_discovery.
What is the origin of ASAP?
The origin of the ASAP Center is described in this news post.
What does ASAP plan to do?
You can find a detailed overview of planned ASAP activities here.
What viral targets will ASAP work on, and how much progress have you made?
We plan to post a list of all viral targets, along with all resources we make openly available to aid the global antiviral discovery community, on this website shortly.
How can I join or collaborate with ASAP?
If you’re interested in joining or collaborating with the ASAP Consortium, please contact PIs John Chodera (MSKCC)
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Alpha Lee (PostEra)
<email@example.com>, and Ben Perry (DNDi)