RSC Drug Discovery Series
The RSC Drug Discovery Series is a suite of professional reference books covering all areas of medicinal chemistry and drug discovery. The first titles in the series were published in 2010.
Professor David Thurston
Kings College, London, UK
Professor David Rotella
Montclair State University, USA
Professor Ana Martinez
Medicinal Chemistry Institute -CSIC, Madrid, Spain
Dr. David Fox
Vulpine Science and Learning, UK
Professor Robin Ganellin
Advisor to the board
University College London, UK
About the Series
The RSC Drug Discovery Series covers all aspects of drug discovery and medicinal chemistry. Providing comprehensive coverage of this important and far-reaching area the books will encourage learning in a range of different topics and provide understanding to scientists working outside their own areas of expertise. Following an idea through from initial research and findings to the most up-to-date discoveries and cutting edge technology, these titles focus on learning and critical evaluation.
These titles will be of particular interest to advanced and postgraduate students, and medicinal chemists and biochemists working in academia or industry.
- Case Studies to bring alive different aspects of the drug discovery process.
- Structured content, to walk readers through different aspects of drug discovery in a logical fashion.
- Sufficiently detailed, not just with respect to theory, but also practices and guidelines.
- Comprehensive treatment with contributions from internationally-recognised thought leaders.
- Present perspectives from experienced researchers from both industry and academia.
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