EFMC Sponsored Events are scientific events or post-graduate educational activities related to Medicinal Chemistry or Chemical Biology organised by EFMC national adhering organisations*, EFMC partner organisations, non-for-profit associations or scientific committees.
Applications for sponsorship should be done by sending the below form to the EFMC Administrative Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org), at least three month prior the event.
Sponsorship applications will be considered by the EFMC Executive Committee before approval. Sponsorship will not be granted to events overlapping with EFMC organised events.
*For the specific case of EFMC national adhering organisations, EFMC sponsorship will be offered at no costs to the event, provided it follows the conditions.
Cell surface transporters play a key role in human health and disease, both through their impact on drug disposition and as therapeutic targets in their own right. This third meeting in the series will feature talks on transporter structural biology, the impact of transporters on ADME and biodistribution, transporters as therapeutic targets and other aspects of transporters relevant to drug discovery and development.
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SCI's Fine Chemicals Group, RSC’s Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Sector (BMCS) and the Drug Metabolism Discussion Group (DMDG)
Members from across the DMPK research community are encouraged to join colleagues from across academic, industrial, and third-sector institutions and contribute to the ongoing discussion, evolution and application of DMPK in various scenarios.
The event programme will incorporate sessions themed around the following key topics:
- DMPK and Drug Discovery
- DMPK and Drug Safety
- Analytical and Computational Advances in DMPK
In addition, the programme also includes a keynote talk, ‘flash’ presentations from early career researchers, and opportunities for open debate and discussion.
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- The Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Sector (BMCS) of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) (United Kingdom)
EuroQSAR Symposia are taking place since 1973 and constitute major scientific events in the field of computational drug design, with further applications in agricultural and environmental sciences.
The program will include the following sessions:
- QSAR without Borders
- Artificial Intelligence in Drug Design
- Molecular Dynamics and Kinetics
- Chemical Space Annotation and Expansion
- Modelling Drug Safety
- Challenges in GPCR Drug Design
- Modelling Drug Transport Mechanisms
- Predicting Off-Target Pharmacology
- Network Medicine
- New Modes of Target Interaction
- New Trends in Quantum Mechanics
- Future Challenges Ahead
The 23rd EuroQSAR Symposium, entitled “Integrative Data-Intensive Approaches to Drug Design”, is organised on behalf of QCMS and is chaired by Jordi Mestres (IMIM Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute).
Deadline for early bird registration and abstract submission for Oral Communications: June 11, 2020
Deadline for abstract submission for Poster Presentation: Auguste 4, 2020
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MedChem 2021: Annual One-Day Meeting on Medicinal Chemistry of SRC & KVCV
Medicinal Chemistry in Belgium: Innovation and Success Stories
The Medicinal Chemistry Divisions of the two Belgian Chemical Societies, the Société Royale de Chimie (SRC) and the Koninklijke Vlaamse Chemische Vereniging (KVCV), are organising every year an international one-day symposium with the aim to update participants on selected areas of pharmaceutical research by specialists in their respective field.
MedChem 2020 will be held on Friday November 19, 2021, in Liège. The programme of the day will include 12 invited lectures and a poster session.
This year, the symposium will celebrate the 50th birthday of the Medicinal Chemistry division of the SRC and of the precursor association of today’s Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry division of the KVCV. On that special occasion, 12 speakers from 8 Belgian academic groups and 4 Belgian industries will provide an overview of cutting-edge research activities carried out in the country. Through high quality talks and a variety of innovative themes, the symposium will highlight the current vibrancy of Belgian medicinal chemistry and its bright future.