International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Antimal - Antimalarial Drugs: chemistry, development and future challenges Maggi Churchouse   |   added on Jan 24, 2011    |    United Kingdom The Antimal project is funded as part of the EU 6th Framework Directive, and supported by the Royal Society of Chemistry‚Äôs Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Sector. The meeting is relevant to basic and translational scientists with an interest in medicinal chemistry, chemotherapy, and pharmacology
Topic: antimal, antimalaria, infectious disease, neglected tropical disease, medicinal chemistry, chemotherapy, pharmacology, artemisinin, resistance, malaria, antifolate drug discovery, high throughput (hts), kinome, antiplasmodia, falcipain cysteine, kinases, trioxaquine, lipids, quinoline, peroxide, plasmodia, organic synthesis, screening, drug discovery, drug development, combination chemotherapy, p., falciparum, p. vivax Audience: basic and translational scientists, students, professional chemists, professors, educators, industrial chemists, universities, post graduates, research scientists, educational institutions