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EFMC Sponsored Event

January 19-23, 2020
St. Anton, Austria

The “Alpine Winter Conference on Medicinal and Synthetic Chemistry” exposes attending scientists to cutting edge synthetic and medicinal chemistry as well as latest developments in technologies that foster innovation in drug discovery. The main target audience for this highly interdisciplinary meeting will include medicinal and synthetic chemists, as well as related drug discovery disciplines from both industry and academia as well as graduate/undergraduate students and postdocs.

In the spirit of Keystone and Gordon conferences as well as the MBCF (Medicinal and Bioorganic Chemistry Foundation) conference in Steamboat Springs, the format of this meeting provides ample opportunity for attendees to informally interact. The aim is to strengthen existing networks and create new contacts.

The Conference topics will include:

  • Accelerating Drug Discovery by Intelligence Augmentation
  • Drug Discovery Tales
  • Frontiers of Synthetic Chemistry
  • Innovation and Inspiration from Natural Products
  • Predictive ADME Sciences: Striking a Balance Between in Silico and Experimental Work?
  • Protein Degradation: New Rules for Drug Discovery
  • Structure and Biophysics - Companions for Medicinal Chemistry
  • Targeted Delivery - Strategies to Help your Drug Substances get to the Right Place

Deadline for abstract submission and early bird fee is October 16, 2019!

For more information please contact: secretariat@ldorganisation.com


EFMC Sponsored Event

January 22-24, 2020
Geneva, Switzerland

The NCCR Chemical Biology is organising the 2020 International Symposium on Chemical Biology to be held from January 22 to 24, 2020 at Campus Biotech in Geneva. This international meeting of high scientific calibre will bring together leading scientists to feature the latest advances within the broad field of Chemical Biology and foster an open and dynamic dialogue!

New international collaborations and increased international visibility will hopefully be the outcome of this unique learning experience that comprises extensive poster sessions, ample time for discussion after each talk and opportunities for targeted networking.

Three hundred participants from Swiss universities, various research institutes in Switzerland and neighbouring countries are expected to attend.

Registration will close on December 16, 2019.

The number of participants is limited to 300.

For more information contact nccr-chembio@unige.ch

Jannuary 29-31, 2020
Caen, France
Organised by:
  • Société de Chimie Thérapeutique (France)