As officially part of the ISCB Student Council, the RSG-Brazil and their members follow the guidelines of ISCB Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, in a way to protect the regional community of science in Brazil. As a statement of principle, we reject discrimination and harassment by any means, based on factors such as ethnic or national origin, race, religion, citizenship, language, political or other opinions, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, age, or economic class. In addition, we also oppose all forms of bullying including threatening, humiliating, coercive, or intimidating conduct that causes harm to, interferes with, or sabotages scientific activity and careers. Discrimination, harassment (in any form), and bullying create a hostile environment that reduces the quality, integrity, and pace of the advancement of science by marginalizing individuals and communities. It also damages productivity and career advancement, and prevents the healthy exchange of ideas.

We invite all the participants in the SIG:DRUG-DESIGN 2020 to take a moment to read the ISCB Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, and if there’s any contradiction, please be sure that this meeting is not for you.

All the participants in the SIG:DRUG-DESIGN 2020 are expected to adhere to the ISCB Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.

Liliane Conteville

Néli Fonseca

Nilson Coimbra

Dra. Ana Carolina Guimarães