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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Organic and Medicinal Chemistry Division (OMCD) of the Hungarian Chemical Society (HCS)

 
Mission The dissemination of results and particularly of new trends in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry among Hungarian scientists.
Founded 1907 (HCS)
Members 300 (Medicinal Chemistry oriented members of the OMCD)
Member profile Trade and Industry: 40%
Research Institute: 20%
University: 30%
Others: 10%
Postal address Hattyú u. 16.
1015 Budapest Hungary
Telephone +36-1-201-6883
Fax +36-1-201-8056
E-mail mail@mke.org.hu
Website http://www.mke.org.hu
Activities Regular organisation of conferences, seminars and lectures in various fields of Medicinal Chemistry. Encouragement and initiating the development of new generations of scientists working in this field. Bimonthly seminars by invited scientists in the field of Medicinal Chemistry.
President Prof. Dr János WÖLFLING (University of Szeged)
EFMC-Delegate Prof. György Miklós KESERU (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
NAO Secretariat HCS (Organic and Medicinal Chemistry Division (OMCD))

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