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Peakdale Molecular 'Synthesis in Drug Discovery & Development' 3rd Symposium

03 Sep 2014 - 03 Sep 2014 - The Rose Bowl, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, UK



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Following on from our hugely successful first symposium in Manchester (2010) and second symposium in Sheffield (2012), we are pleased to announce the details of our third 'Synthesis in Drug Discovery and Development' Symposium. Located in the heart of West Yorkshire, at the highly successful Leeds Metropolitan University, Peakdale's Symposium aims to pull together a collection of speakers from both Industry and Academia, providing an opportunity for a section of the chemistry community to meet, network, and discuss the work our various organisations have carried out, and future opportunities. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? This conference is aimed at scientists and managers in pharmaceutical, agrochemical and biotechnology companies in addition to students and academics from universities and research institutions. SPEAKER LINE UP Dr Norbert Schmees - Bayer Healthcare Dr Stephen Shuttleworth - Karus Therapeutics Professor Colin Fishwick - University of Leeds Dr Stephen Brand - Dundee Drug Discovery Professor Tim Gallagher - Univeristy of Bristol Dr Adam Burrell - Pfizer Ireland Dr Allan Jordan - CRUK Manchester Institute Dr Stephen Moore - Peakdale Molecular EXHIBITOR LINE UP Fluorochem Biotage Radleys Crawford Scientific CEM CAS Vapourtec

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