26 February 2025

ADMET 2025

Organised by:

SCI’s Young Chemists’ Panel

SCI, London, UK

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Synopsis

This is the 9th event organised by SCI’s Young Chemists’ Panel to highlight the challenges associated with ADMET (Adsorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Elimination and Toxicity) in Medicinal Chemistry. The aim is to provide participants with a practical understanding of ADMET parameters, how to diagnose common ADMET problems and how to improve compound design to overcome these problems.

This event is run back-to-back with What a chemist needs to know about biology I.
 

Attendees
This event will have a broad appeal to chemists who want to work at the interface of chemistry and biology and want to learn about adsorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination and toxicity. The event will adopt a workshop approach to assist understanding. Attendance to this event is limited to 40.
Sponsorship information

For further information and prices, please email conferences@soci.org.


Confirmed speakers
Simon Peace, GSK
James Smith, AstraZeneca
Programme

The programme will be announced in due course.

SCI’s Young Chemists’ Panel are committed to promoting diversity and equality in the chemical sciences. We aim to identify high quality speakers for all our conferences with inclusivity of gender and ethnicity. Attendees from all backgrounds and ages are welcome.


Accessibility Grants

SCI accessibility grants are available to support SCI members with disabilities, long term health conditions, those who require a carer, and members who are nursing parents to attend SCI events. Download an application form to apply for a grant.


Venue and Contact

SCI

14/15 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8PS

Conference Team

Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561

Email: conferences@soci.org


Booking Process/Deadlines

Booking terms and conditions


CPD Info

SCI Members attending this meeting are able to claim CPD points.

Accredited cpd Centre - The CPD Standards Office - CPD Provider 41057 - www.cpdstandards.com


Organising committee
Tim Gorman, Evotec
Simon Peace, GSK
Kimberley Roper, University of Birmingham
Adam Smalley, UCB
Russell Wood, Concept Life Sciences
Helen Jones, AstraZeneca
Dominik Reich, BenevolentAI