Industry Advisory Board

Paul Davie

Paul is CEO at InhibOx, an Oxford-based computer-aided drug discovery consultancy. Paul has a long and successful track record in commercial roles in computer-aided drug discovery. He held support and sales roles at Chemical Design before going on to build and manage the sales, marketing, support and consulting operations at Oxford Molecular. Paul then went on Accelrys to build the Consulting Division and serve as European General Manager, before becoming Chief Operating Officer at Imperial College London spin-out InforSense. He founded and was CEO at Secerno, a successful database security company recently sold to Oracle, before returning to research informatics with InhibOx. Paul has an MBA and studied chemistry at Oxford University.

Paul Labute

Paul Labute serves as CEO and President of Chemical Computing Group, Inc (CCG). CCG strives to provide state of the art applications and software in Drug Discovery to Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Academic researchers. Paul has a successful track record in commercial roles of structure-based design and computational software. He also brings extensive expertise about the Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) that is integrated with QuantumBio's applications.

Charles Reynolds

Charles Reynolds has extensive expertise in computational chemistry and structure-based design. He is currently Senior Director, and head of Discovery Technologies, at Ansaris. Before joining Ansaris, he led modeling groups at the Springhouse, PA and La Jolla, CA research sites of Johnson & Johnson, where he and his team made significant contributions to discovery programs in neuroscience, oncology, pain, and cardiovascular disease. He currently holds a faculty appointment at the Pennsylvania Center for Drug Discovery, is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for the Keystone Symposia, and holds several leadership positions in the ACS. Chuck began his career at Rohm and Haas (now Dow) where his scientific contributions were recognized with the company’s highest science award, the Otto Haas Award. Mr. Reynolds received his B.A. from Austin College and Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. He was an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania and supervised joint graduate and postdoctoral students at the Pennsylvania State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has published approximately 80 papers, patents, and book chapters, and is a co-editor of two books.