SCT and Elsevier will jointly award, during the next RICT 2016 in Caen, a medicinal chemist working at the interface of CADD, chemistry, biology, pharmacology and promoting the use of databases or IT applications to manage these research programs. The Laureate will be selected among the keynote speakers. The “Award for Medicinal Chemistry sponsored by Reaxys” consists of a 2500 € grant that will be delivered at the end of the meeting.
Labex SynOrg is seeking for candidates for a postdoctoral position (18 months). Candidates should have a strong background in organic synthesis and be highly motivated and interested in working at the interface of Chemistry and Biology. Please click here for more information.
Institut de Chimie de Nice, UMR7272 is seeking for candidates for a postdoctoral position (24 months) in Medicinal Chemistry.
Paul Ehrlich Award 2016-Janssen Research & Development and SCT
In 2016, the Paul Ehrlich Award goes to Professor Jean-Daniel BRION (UMR CNRS 8076, BIOCIS, Université de Paris Sud)
UFIP (Unité Fonctionnalité et Ingénierie des Protéines, UMR CNRS 6286) and CEISAM (Chimie Et Interdisciplinarité, Synthèse, Analyse, Modélisation) are seeking for PhD candidates. Please click here for more information.
IBMM is looking for 3-year PhD fellowships starting in October 2016. Please click here for more information.
Perre Fabre Award for Therapeutic Innovation
The company “Pierre Fabre Médicament”, in memory of its founder, and in partnership with the SCT, has decided awarding a scientific discovery or an innovative technology contributing to a substantial therapeutic innovation. This award will be delivered at the end of the RICT 2016 in Caen.
In 2016, the "Perre Fabre Award for Therapeutic Innovation" goes to Dr Alain WAGNER (Univ Strasbourg, UMR CNRS 7199)
Labex SynOrg is launching a call for proposal for a 3-year PhD fellowship starting in October 2016. Please click here for more information.
The Servier Research Institute with the patronage of the French Medicinal Chemistry Society have launched a call for projects in the framework of post-doctoral and doctoral positions. The purpose of this funding is to promote the emergence of young talented Medicinal Chemists and enable the production of high value research programs within European teams.
La Société de Chimie Thérapeutique (SCT) lance un service de conseil et de coaching scientifique selon les standards de l’industrie pharmaceutique pour accompagner les porteurs de projets de création d’entreprises et les start-ups dans l’évaluation et le développement de nouvelles solutions thérapeutiques. For more information, click here.