B501 Auditorium, Pfizer, Sandwich
6th May 2008 - High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry IV
The RSC High Throughput and New Technologies Annual Conference


High throughput techniques have revolutionised the drug discovery process and are widely used in medicinal chemistry to speed the development of new and higher quality drug candidates.

Date: 6th May 2008
Location: B501 Auditorium, Pfizer, Sandwich
Application and Fees: RSC Members - 112.00, Non RSC Members - 153.00
For Further Information: Please contact Michele Sahrle.
 

09:00 Registration and Coffee
09:50 Introduction
10:00 Synthetic and Technology Applications for High Throughput Chemistry
Dr. Donal O'Shea, School of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, University College Dublin.
10:30 Routes to medium-sized rings for High Throughput Synthesis
Dr Nick Westwood, University of St Andrews
11:00 Drug discovery and the Complex World of Chemistry
Dr Tony Wood, Pfizer Global R&D, Sandwich, UK
11:40 Tour of High Throughput Chemistry Facility and lunch
13:15 Microreactors in the Hands of Synthetic Chemists
Professor Peter Seeberger, ETH, Zurich
13:55 Medicinal Chemistry in India: A view from Ranbaxy
Dr Ian Cliffe, Ranbaxy Research Laboratories, Gurgaon, India
14:25 Small Molecule Libraries Targeting Histone Acetylation, Deacetylation and Methylation: Progress and Potential for Drug Discovery
Dr A Ganesan, University of Southampton.
14:55 Tea and Coffee
15:15 From Collection Tin to Cancer Therapeutics: Drug Discovery at Cancer Research Technology
Dr Tony Raynham, Cancer Research Technology, London
15:45 Drug Discovery in the 21st Century - the Collaborative Paradigm
Dr Chris Newton, BioFocus DPI , Saffron Walden, Essex
16:25 Close Meeting / Wine Reception
19:00 Finish