29 April 2015

Molecular Oncology - Past, Present and Future of Anti-Cancer Drug Design

Organised by:

 SCI's London Group in partnership with the New York University in London

NYU in London

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Synopsis

The discovery of effective anti-cancer drugs represents one of the greatest challenges to face humanity. Whilst great progress has been made in both our understanding and our ability to discover new treatments, significant challenges remain.

Dr Michael J Waring will describe the role medicinal chemistry has played in the development of today's established treatments, modern approaches to targeted therapies and future challenges in tackling resistance to these therapies. This will be showcased with stories of how some of today's recognised drugs were discovered and how modern medicinal chemistry approaches have been applied to discover new treatments, which show great promise for the future.


Venue and Contact

New York University

New York University in London
6 Bedford Square 
London, WC1B 3RA
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Speaker

Dr Michael J Waring, Principal Scientist-Medicinal Chemistry, AstraZeneca, UK