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Société de Chimie Thérapeutique (SCT)

Société de Chimie Thérapeutique (SCT)

Mission

The SCT promotes multidisciplinary knowledges in the major pharma R&D domains, particularly in Drug Design and Selection, Chemical Biology, Medicinal Chemistry, ADME-T. The society organizes once a year an international meeting in Medicinal Chemistry covering the above mentionned topics, in addition to focused meetings for young researchers, spring and automn workshops on dedicated topics. SCT allocates awards and grants, fostering young scientists' career in Medicinal Chemistry.

Founded

1966

Members

510

Postal address

Société de Chimie Thérapeutique
Centre d’Etudes Pharmaceutiques
5, rue J.-B. Clément
92296 Chatenay-Malabry France

Phone number

+33 2 38 49 24 87

Fax

+33 2 38 41 72 81

E-mail

Website

Activities

  • Awards & Prizes:
    * Paul Ehrlich Prize, sponsored by Janssen-Cilag
    * Pierre Fabre Award for Therapeutic Innovation, sponsored by Pierre Fabre Médicament
    * Best Oral Presentation and Best Posters Prizes at Young Research Fellows Meeting (JJC), sponsored by SCT
    * SCT Award for Young Investigator in Medicinal Chemistry ", sponsored by SCT.
    * Best Poster at RICT, sponsored by SCT

  • Publishing activities:
    * Scientific editing of The European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Elsevier, 1 issue per month
  • Organisation of meetings and conferences:
  • 56th International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry (RICT 2021)
    (July 7-9, 2021), Virtual Meeting
  • Fall one day SCT Symposium on Antibioresistance
    (December 2021), Lille, France
  • XXVII EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry (EFMC-ISMC 2022)
    (September 4-8, 2022), Nice, France

President

Prof. DEPREZ-POULAIN Rebecca (Université de Lille / Institut Pasteur de Lille)

Vice-President

Dr LESUISSE Dominique (SANOFI)

Vice-President

Dr LESUR Brigitte (SCT)

Past President

Prof. PAPOT Sebastien (University of Poitiers)

Treasurer

Prof. CAVÉ Christian (University Paris Sud 11)

EFMC-Delegate

Prof. PAPOT Sebastien (University of Poitiers)