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11th Winter Conference on Medicinal & Bioorganic Chemistry

20 Jan 2013 - 24 Jan 2013 - Steamboat Springs, CO, USA



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AN IMPORTANT DATE FOR YOUR DIARY

The following topics will form the sessions for the 11th Annual Steamboat Conference. Details of each of the session speakers are being continually updated on the conference website.

Keynote Address: Dr. Peter Mueller, CSO & Executive VP, Global Research & Development, Vertex Pharmaceuticals

Session Topics:

Innovations in Drug Candidate Development 

Cancer Cell Metabolism and Opportunities for Therapeutic Intervention 

Neglected Infectious Diseases and Parasitic Infections 

Academic Session—Indiana University 

Frontiers in Synthesis 

New Frontiers in Medicinal Chemistry

Emerging Therapies for Hepatitis C

Present a Poster:  there will be a networking reception and poster session at this conference. All attendees are invited to submit abstracts for consideration.

Fees:

Standard conference fee $775

Exhibitor Fee $1,590

Student or Postdoc $315

Fees include: Welcome networking reception, all course materials, breakfast and refreshments on each day, poster session reception and conference banquet.

For more information:  please view the conference website or feel free to contact our Conference Manager – Dr Claire Francis  Claire@scientificupdate.co.uk 

+44 (0) 1435 873062]

Come to Steamboat Springs and join us for Great Science and Fantastic Networking all in an Amazing Location....

www.mbcfconference.com 




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