EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry
About the event
September 4-8, 2022, Nice FRANCE – Taros will attend the event only on September 5
The symposium will take place in Nice, France from September 4-8, 2022. The organisers are confidently planning for a presential event, with hybrid options if the situation will require it. Participants will be requested to comply to the COVID-19 safety & health guidelines which will be applicable at the time of the event.
The 2022 programme will cover advances in drug discovery in major therapeutic areas, including bacterial and viral infections, with a particular attention to current and emerging viral pandemics, but also neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases, rare diseases and cancer. EFMC-ISMC 2022 will also feature most recent advances in new technologies such as the exploitation of RNA as drug target, artificial intelligence in drug discovery, natural products-based drug discovery, DNA encoded libraries applications and the development of covalent drugs, PROTACs and molecular glues. Innovative approaches in medicinal chemistry will be included such as the development of immunomodulating compounds or the application of affinity selection – mass spectrometry for drug discovery. In a series of dedicated sessions, the interface between chemical biology and drug discovery will be highlighted, including topics such as in vivo chemistry for target discovery and validation, molecular imaging, and photochemical approaches. Finally, particular emphasis will again be put on first time disclosures and recent highlights in medicinal chemistry.
Anna Uherek – Director Business Development will attend the event only on September 5
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