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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  • Bioheterocycles 2019 - XVIIIth International Conference on Heterocycles in Bioorganic Chemistry

    17-20 June, 2019   Ghent, Belgium

    The Bioheterocycles conference, initiated in 1980 by Prof. Henk van der Plas, is a biennial meeting in Europe, focusing on the synthesis and biological activities of heterocyclic compounds. The objective is to provide an informal meeting, facilitating fruitful interactions between young scientists, established academics, recognised international speakers and industrial experts on emerging trends and new developments related to heterocycles in chemistry, biology, medicine, agriculture,…

    CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

    Plenary lectures

    • Prof. Wim DE BORGGRAEVE, KULEUVEN,Belgium
    • Prof. David FAIRLIE, UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND, Australia
    • Prof. Anna GRANDAS, UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA, Spain
    • Prof. Burkhard KÖNIG, UNIVERSITÄT REGENSBURG, Germany
    • Prof. Nuno MAULIDE, UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA, Austria
    • Dr Peter MEIER, NOVARTIS PHARMA, Switzerland
    • Prof. Pascale MOREAU, UNIVERSITE BLAISE PASCAL, France

    Invited lectures

    • Prof. Thomas BOTTCHER, UNIVERSITY OF KONSTANZ, Germany
    • Prof. James BULL, IMPERIAL COLLEGE, United Kingdom
    • Prof. Adrian DOBBS, UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH, United Kingdom
    • Prof. Stanislav GOBEC, UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, Slovenia
    • Prof. Dorota GRYKO, INSTITUTE OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PAS, Poland
    • Dr Martina LAHMANN ,BANGOR UNIVERSITY, United Kingdom
    • Prof Florence MONGIN, UNIVERSITY OF RENNES, France
    • Dr Luke ODELL, UNIVERSITY OF UPPSALA, Sweden
    • Prof. Niko S. RADULOVIC, UNIVERSITY OF NIS, Serbia
    • Prof. Zsolt SZAKONYI, UNIVERSITY OF SZEGED, Hungary

    For more information please contact: secretariat@ldorganisation.com


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