19th RSC / SCI Medicinal Chemistry Symposium

10 September 2017 15:00 - 13 September 2017 16:00, Cambridge, United Kingdom


Introduction
Programme
Reflecting current trends in medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutical research, the scientific programme will feature lectures on the full range of drug targets, key enabling processes, and technologies together with late breaker talks.  Furthermore, one session will be dedicated to neglected tropical diseases including a planned live webcast that will be recorded for further distribution. We would encourage additional poster presentations dedicated to this subject and will include a flash poster event to further highlight this important area of medical research.

Call for Posters
Contributions from the whole field of medicinal chemistry are invited. Flash presentation sessions are planned which will involve a two-minute presentation of poster highlights. Poster abstract submissions should be sent to the secretariat by 16th April if you wish to take advantage of the early-bird registration fee and indicate whether or not you would like to be included for consideration in the flash presentation session. The final deadline for submission of posters is 21st July.

Who should attend
This conference will be of interest to both academic and industrial scientists engaged in all aspects of the drug discovery and development process. It aims to showcase first disclosures of significant new therapeutic agents across all disease areas, and provide a forum for discussion of current topics and thinking at the forefront of medicinal chemistry.

Confirmed Speakers
The full programme is now available and may be viewed in the attached second announcement on our website, www.maggichurchouseevents.co.uk/bmcs/CMC

Medicinal Chemistry Workshop (Sunday)
A satellite workshop consisting of a team-based exercise around a virtual medicinal chemistry programme will be held on the Sunday afternoon prior to this event, aimed at early career (up to 5 years' experience) medicinal chemists.  Registration for this event will be at no additional cost to the main meeting.  Space for the workshop is limited and applicants are encouraged to register for the meeting early to avoid disappointment.

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities
Churchill College is an ideal venue for exhibitors.  All refreshments, the exhibition and posters are situated in a single area, ensuring excellent access to delegates throughout the meeting.  In case of interest in exhibiting or sponsoring this event, please contact the secretariat as below for further information.   The exhibition stand package is priced at £1,270 including stand space measuring 3 m x 2 m, and two trade stand staff with daytime refreshments, but with no access to the technical programme.   Dinners and Accommodation Packages may be booked in addition, as well as delegate pack inserts.

Accommodation
Please refer to the website for details of the Accommodation Packages at Churchill College.

Conference Dinner
On Tuesday evening, the conference dinner will be held in the 16th Century Hall at St John’s College, Cambridge on Tuesday evening, with pre-dinner drinks in the Cloisters.
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Churchill College

Wolfson Hall, Churchill College, Storey's Way, Cambridge, CB3 0DS, United Kingdom

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