The 3rd Synthesis in Drug Discovery and Development symposium is an accessible online event taking place on 23rd – 24th May 2023.
This RSC specialist event is introduced as:
Synthesis is at the heart of drug discovery and development. The industry has increasingly demanded higher quality clinical candidates and has sought to exploit less druggable biological targets. Densely functionalised small molecules with a high degree of synthetic complexity are often the result of these demands.
Successful programmes therefore require the application of innovative synthesis in all stages of discovery and development. The medicinal chemist’s toolbox is also enhanced by the introduction of novel bioisosteres, often made available only through the application of new synthetic methods. This symposium aimed to celebrate the crucial role of synthesis in the success of drug discovery and development.
- Phil Baran, Scripps Research Institute
- Lee Cronin, University of Glasgow
- Kaitlyn Gray, Pfizer
- David MacMillan, Princeton University
- Sam Staniland, AstraZeneca
- Peter Blencowe, Cancer Research Horizons
- Susannah Coote, University of Bath
Attending or participating in this event
Please note that the deadline date for poster submissions is Midnight (GMT), Wednesday 22 February, 2023.
You can find full details for the 3rd Synthesis in Drug Discovery and Development symposium, including how to register to attend, HERE or the poster below.
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