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Medicinal Chemistry 5-Day Program

11 Mar 2013 - 15 Mar 2013 - San Diego, CA, USA



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Save $200 when you enroll by February 1, 2013!!!!

About the Program
The Medicinal Chemistry 5-day program is designed to help you develop a comprehensive understanding of the drug discovery and development process.

Developed and taught by industry professionals, you will leave with an understanding of key concepts in medicinal chemistry, a reduced barrier to creative contribution and discussion with biological collaborators, and an increased awareness of the meaning and relevance of biological data.

Program Objectives

  • To teach the essential principles of drug discovery to biologists and chemists: In Vitro Predictors of In Vivo ADME
  • Facilitate collaboration and communication among pharmaceutical scientists.
  • To provide scientists with knowledge to help them reach their full potential.

Course Information

  • Dates/Time
    Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    March 11 - 15, 2013
  • Location
    UC San Diego Extension - University City Center
    6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego, CA 92122
  • Fee
    $1,545 until February 1st ($200 savings!)
    $1,745 after February 1st
    (Continental breakfast and lunch is included)

To Register:
(858) 534-9999
http://extension.ucsd.edu/studyarea/index.cfm?vAction=singleCourse&vCourse=BIOL-40116
-Reference Section ID#: 093633 for $200 savings (expires Feb. 1st)
-Reference Section ID#: 092681 after Feb. 1st

Do you have 3 or more people from the same company who want to attend?
Call (858) 534-9353 or email unexbio@ucsd.edu to discuss additional benefits.

For more information:
Felicia Murray
(858) 534-9355
fimurray@ucsd.edu



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