The European Federation for Medicinal Chemistry (EFMC) is an independent association representing medicinal chemistry societies in Europe. Its objective is to advance the science of medicinal chemistry by promoting cooperation and networking, by providing training and mentoring, by rewarding scientific excellence, and by facilitating communication and influencing stakeholders.

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Société Royale de Chimie (SRC), Medicinal Chemistry Division

 
Mission

The Division of Medicinal Chemistry of the SRC provides a forum for scientists interested in medicinal chemistry and related areas in pharmaceutical research. The Division's activities intend to bring together its members and to foster contacts in a European context.

Founded 1973
Members 120
Postal address ULB, CP 160/07
Avenue F. Roosevelt, 50
1050 Bruxelles Belgium
Telephone +32 2 650 52 08
Fax +32 2 650 51 84
E-mail src@ulb.ac.be
Website http://www.src.be
Activities

The DMC organises annually a Symposium aimed at updating interested participants on particularly rapidly evolving areas of pharmaceutical research, by specialists in their respective field.

Annual One Day Meeting on Medicinal Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry Division of SRC & Medicinal and Bio-Organic Chemistry Division of KVCV.

President Dr Laurent PROVINS (UCB BioPharma SPRL)
EFMC-Delegate Dr Laurent PROVINS (UCB BioPharma SPRL)
NAO Secretariat SRC (Medicinal Chemistry Division)

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