Date

December 06-07, 2019

Location

Berlin, Germany

About Medicinal Chemistry 2019

Medicinal Chemistry 2019 invites all the participants across the globe to attend European congress on Medicinal Chemistry during December 06-07, 2019 in Berlin, Germany which includes prompt keynote presentations, oral presentations, poster presentations, and exhibitions.This Conference will concentrate on the theme “Investigating and Motivating Advancement in Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery”. It is intended to investigation of solutions and pharmaceutical medicines. It will likewise give the fantastic chance to meet specialists, trade data, and reinforce the coordinated effort among Directors, Researchers, Associate Professors, and Scholars from both scholarly community and industry.Therapeutic science is to recognize the novel dynamic concoction mixes and it gives appropriate SAR and substance qualities related with the dynamic medicament. 

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Ravindra K Pandey

Ravindra K Pandey

Director, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, USA

Alireza Heidari

Alireza Heidari

Professor, California South University, USA

Plato A Magriotis

Plato A Magriotis

Associate Professor, University of Patras, Greece

Dave Winkler

Dave Winkler

Professor, Monash University, Australia

Masaki Ozawa

Masaki Ozawa

Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology , Japan

Sharmistha Dey

Sharmistha Dey

Associate Professor, All India institute of Medical Sciences, India

Matteo Micucci

University of Bologna, Italy

Plato A Magriotis

University of Patras, Greece

Laxmi Prasad Thapa

SunMoon University , South Korea

Mahesh Pal

National Botanical Research Institute, India

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Berlin, Germany

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