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First announcement and call for posters
Abstract template - closing date is 20th February
Directions to the venue
Mastering Medicinal Chemistry IV is the latest in an ongoing series of conferences intended to provide expert advice and guidance to new practitioners in the field of drug discovery. It has been said that "there are two types of drug discovery programmes: those that hit serious problems and those that are going to hit serious problems". Anticipating and preparing for such problems thus accelerates the delivery of new medicines: this event will feature presentations from experienced 'drug-hunters' in both industry and academia, who will talk about the challenges faced in modern drug discovery, and will share the good practices common to all successful medicinal chemists.
Features of the Meeting
The meeting will include:
• Live webcast for RSC-BMCS members only
• Full sound and vision recording for internet upload (RSC-BMCS members only)
• Wine mixer at the end of the day
• Relevant trade exhibition
• Poster display throughout the meeting
|Call for Posters|
Posters are invited for display throughout the meeting. The closing date for abstract submission is 20th February.
Download an abstract template here.
Professor Ian Gilbert, University of Dundee, UK
Dr Nicole Hamblin, Charles River, Early Discovery, UK
Inhibiting enzymes – from bacteria to humans
Professor Chris Schofield FRS, University of Oxford, UK
Dr Iain Simpson, AstraZeneca, UK
Registration, refreshments and exhibition
Lunch, exhibition and poster session
Speaker 7: The McGuigan Lecture
Closing remarks and drinks reception
Registration will open in Autumn, and fees will be competitively priced. Reduced-price fees will be available for undergraduate and post-graduate students.
£ RSC member
£ RSC student* member
£ Student* non-member
£ Exhibition stand space and one full delegate
* Student is undergraduate or post-graduate, not post-doc
Some student bursaries will be available, and the closing date for applications will be 14th February.
A relevant trade exhibition will add value to the symposium. The exhibition will be held in the same room as the catering (refreshments and lunch) and posters, and the exhibition package will include:
- chair and table
- electrical access and wi-fi access.
- the option to include a promotional page for your organisation in the delegate handbook
Those companies wishing to have a trade stand should apply early to avoid disappointment as space is limited. The exhibition fee will include one full delegate's attendance.
For cancellations received in writing by the Secretariat, 80% of the fee paid will be refunded for notifications received before 1st March. No refunds will be made for cancellations received from 1st March onwards, although substitutions are possible at any time. In the unlikely event of our cancelling the event, we will refund the registration fees paid in full.
|Venue and Travel|
The symposium will be held Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC), University of Strathclyde, 99 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD, UK
Situated in the heart of Glasgow city centre, the TIC is a short walk from the two main railway stations, and 15 minutes from the airport to the central bus station. To travel from the airport to Buchanan Bus Station by bus, use the Glasgow Airport Express which runs every 10 minutes, priced at £7.50. The weblink is here.
Sponsors are encouraged to support this event, which will help us to offer inexpensive registration fees to young chemists.
Nadia Ahmad, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Dave Alker, Chemistry Recruitment Consultant
Sir Simon Campbell CBE, Scientific Consultant
Gordon Saxty, Fidelta
Joe Sweeney, University of Huddersfield (chairman)
Maggi Churchouse, 3 East Barn, Market Weston Road, Thelnetham, Diss IP22 1JJ, UK
Telephone: +44 (0)1359 221004
To register an interest and to be notified when registration is open, please e-mail the Secretariat.
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