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ISRAEL 52 The Medicinal

ISRAEL 52 The Medicinal Chemistry Section of the Israel Chemical Society NATIONAL ADHERING ORGANISATIONS Mission Founded Members To organise and to foster the interaction between medicinal chemists in academia, industry and drug dispensing institutions, in an independent Association devoted to education, research and development of Medicinal Chemistry through meetings and workshops, and to represent the Association at the national level, at the EFMC, and at related international levels. The Association is open for membership to molecular biologists, pharmacologists and pharmacists. 1991, 2004 - United with the Israely Association for Medicinal Chemistry 200 Member profile Postal address Telephone / Fax E-mail Website Activities President Past President Vice-President EFMC-Delegate Trade and Industry: 35% Research Institute and University: 60% Other: 5% The School of Pharmacy Faculty of Medicine The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Hadassah Ein-Kerem 91102 Jerusalem Israel +972 2 6757574 / +972 2 6757574 eylony@ekmd.huji.ac.il www.mcs-ics.org.il The Association holds Symposia and annual scientific meetings. Promotion of Symposia on new vistas in drug research and workshops on progress in instrumental drug analysis in collaboration with partner societies in the EU, and representation of the Association at the EFMC and related international bodies. • International Workshop for young scientists, postdocs, master/ PhD students: From insulin mimetics to the artificial pancreas (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel), January 29 - February 1, 2018 • 15th annual meeting of the Medical Chemistry Section of the Israel Chemical Society (June 6, 2018), Rehovot, Israel Dr Eylon YAVIN (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Dr Raphael NUDELMAN (Teva Pharmaceutical Industries) Prof. Micha FRIDMAN (Tel Aviv University) Dr Eylon YAVIN (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

ITALY Division of Medicinal Chemistry of the Italian Chemical Society (Società Chimica Italiana) 53 • to improve Medicinal Chemistry in academia and industry by promoting contacts and collaboration between researchers working in this and related fields with the aim to propose and develop projects to advance Medicinal Chemistry • to organise National and International Meetings, interdisciplinary Symposia and advanced schools to spread knowledge in drug development • to distribute awards and grants that encourage junior scientists to pursue research in Medicinal Chemistry • to cooperate with similar associations in the country and abroad. 1979 600 Trade and Industry: 13%, Research Institute: 5,5% , University: 81% Other: 0,5% Università degli Studi di Parma Dipartimento di Scienze degli Alimenti e del Farmaco Viale Area delle Science 27/A, 43124 Parma Italy +39 052 190 50 55 / +39 916 161 606 gabriele.costantino@unipr.it www.soc.chim.it/it/divisioni/farmaceutica/home Mission Founded Members Member profile Postal address Telephone / Fax E-mail Website Activities The DCF organizes scientific events such as the annual National Meeting on Medicinal Chemistry (NMMC, since 1979), the Young Medicinal Chemists Symposium “Nuove Prospettive in Chimica Farmaceutica” (NPCF, since 2006) and, every third year, the Medicinal Chemistry session of the SCI national meeting. Every second year, the DCF co-organizes the well-established Joint Meeting on Medicinal Chemistry together with eight other middle European EFMC NAOs. During summer time, it also organizes the European School of Medicinal Chemistry (ESMEC), the only EFMC accredited school, and the EFMC sponsored Summer School on Pharmaceutical Analysis (SSPA). The DCF fosters and supports the participation of young researchers to meetings and other educational events by providing symposium grants to students or early stage researchers, selected on a competitive basis. The DCF administers three prizes (Giordano Giacomello medal, Piero Pratesi medal, Luigi Musajo medal), awarded to scientists who gave an outstanding contribution to the development of Medicinal Chemistry. Other DCF prizes are awarded to young scientists to acknowledge major scientific achievements in the field of Medicinal Chemistry in both academia and industry, as well as to the best Italian Ph.D. thesis in the field. • 2018 GABAB Receptor Conference (May 24-25, 2018), Cagliari, Italy • European School of Medicinal Chemistry (ESMEC) (July 1-5, 2018), Urbino, Italy • 25th National Meeting on Medicinal Chemistry (NMMC2018) & 12th Young Medicinal Chemist Symposium «Nuove Prospettive in Chimica Farmaceutica» (NPCF12) (July 17-20, 2018), Palermo, Italy • Italian-Spanish-Portuguese Joint Meeting in Medicinal Chemistry “MedChemSicily2018” (July 17-20, 2018), Palermo, Italy • Summer School in Pharmaceutical Analysis (SSPA) (September 19-24, 2018), Rimini, Italy NATIONAL ADHERING EFMC YEARBOOK ORGANISATIONS 2018 Prof. Gabriele COSTANTINO (Università degli Studi di Parma) Prof. Gianluca SBARDELLA (University of Salerno) Prof. Roberto DI SANTO (University of Rome ‘La Sapienza) Prof. Gabriele COSTANTINO (Università degli Studi di Parma) President Secretary Treasurer EFMC - Delegate

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