EFMC-YMCS 2017

4th EFMC Young Medicinal Chemist Symposium

 Vienna, Austria    August 31

Keynote Lecture

The Fascinating World of Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery

Dr Christoph BOSS
Dr Christoph BOSS
IDORSIA PHARMACEUTICALS LTD, Allschwil, Switzerland
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Challenging Medicinal Chemistry!

Dr Peter NUSSBAUMER
Dr Peter NUSSBAUMER
LEAD DISCOVERY CENTER, Dortmund, Germany
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Oral Communications

OC01 - A Novel Hydantoin-Based Series of Dpre1 Inhibitors in M.Tuberculosis: Hit-to-Lead Optimization and Biological Profiling

Ms Olga BALABON
UNIVERSITY OF ANTWERP, Wilrijk, Belgium

OC07 - Design and Synthesis of Functionalized Monocyclic 3-Amino-1-Carboxymethyl-Beta-Lactams as Potential Inhibitors of Penicillin Binding Proteins of Resistant Bacteria

Ms Lena DECUYPER
GHENT UNIVERSITY, Gent, Belgium

OC18 - Molecular Recognition and Activation Mechanisms of Bitter Taste Receptors
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Israel

Dr Antonella DI PIZIO
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM, Rehovot, Israel

OC17 - Modular Assembly of Reversible Multivalent Targeting Drug Conjugates
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Portugal

Mr Fábio Miguel FIGUEIREDO SANTOS
RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR MEDICINES (IMED.ULISBOA), Lisboa, Portugal

OC02 - Target Elucidation of Novel Trypanosomatid Inhibitors
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in the United Kingdom

Mr Andrew FRASER
UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS, Ayr, United Kingdom

OC16 - The Catalytic Mechanism of The Iron-dependent Sulfoxide Synthase EgtB
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Switzerland

Dr Kristina GONCHARENKO
UNIVERSITY OF BASEL, Basel, Switzerland

OC09 - Bicyclic Constrained Peptides Targeting the EGF-EGFR Interaction
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Spain

Mr Salvador GUARDIOLA
INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN BIOMEDICINE, Barcelona, Spain

OC05 - Identification of potent inhibitors of the anti-infective target DXS using ligand-based virtual screening
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Germany (DPhG)

Prof. Anna K. H. HIRSCH
HELMHOLTZ INSTITUTE FOR PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH SAARLAND, Saarbrücken, Germany

OC12 - Development of Ligands for the Short-Chain Fatty Acid Receptor Ffa2
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Denmark

Mr Anders HOJGAARD HANSEN
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK, Odense M, Denmark

OC04 - Development of Non-Covalent In Vivo Active Butyrylcholinesterase Inhibitors
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Slovenia

Mr Urban KOSAK
UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, Ljubljana, Slovenia

OC03 - Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of New Artemisinin Hybrid Molecules
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Greece

Mr Antonios S. LETIS
UNIVERSITY OF PATRAS, Patras, Greece

OC11 - Facing Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis with Multitarget Compounds

Dr Daniel MERK
Dr Daniel MERK
ETH ZÜRICH, Zürich, Switzerland

OC14 - Building-up Molecular Complexity with Carbenoids: New Vistas in Homologation Chemistry
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Austria

Dr Vittorio PACE
UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA, Vienna, Austria

OC13 - Fluorophore One-Atom-Controlled Recognition of DNA/RNA Secondary Structure
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Croatia

Dr Tamara SMIDLEHNER
RUDER BOSKOVIC INSTITUTE, Zagreb, Croatia

OC10 - Discovery and Characterization of Novel Potent F508-Del Cftr Correctors

Dr Federico SORANA
FONDAZIONE ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI TECNOLOGIA, GENOVA, Italy

OC15 - The Role of The Sulfonyl Group on The Conformational Preferences Of Bis-Aromatic Compounds ¬ 5-Ht6 Receptor Antagonists and Beyond
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Poland

Dr Jakub STARON
INSTITUTE OF PHARMACOLOGY PAS, Krakow, Poland

OC08 - Discovery and Optimization of Novel Inhibitors for the Ether Lipid-Generating Enzyme AGPS as Anticancer Agents
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in Italy

Dr Sergio VALENTE
SAPIENZA UNIVERSITY OF ROME, Rome, Italy

OC06 - In Situ Ugi Four-Component Reaction for the Protein-Templated Identification of Inhibitors of Endothiapepsin
Winner of the young medicinal chemist meeting in the Netherlands

Mr M. Yagiz ÜNVER
UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, Groningen, The Netherlands