About Us - Marco Franceschin

  • Author: ChemViews
  • Published: 12 August 2010
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
  • Associated Societies: Società Chimica Italiana (SCI), Italy
thumbnail image: About Us - Marco Franceschin

Related Societies

The Italian Chemical Society (SCI)


The Italian Chemical Society, officially founded in 1909, and located in Rome, has about 5 000 members, coming from the academic, scientific, and industrial worlds. It is the greatest scientific non-medical society in Italy. The society is organized into Scientific Divisions corresponding to areas of Chemistry, Sections connected to the different regions of Italy, and Groups related to chemical themes. Its primary aim is to disseminate and promote the chemical culture by establishing relationships between chemists and general society through journals, a web site, conferences and publications.


Dr. Marco Franceschin

Sapienza-University of Roma, Dept. of Chemistry


Marco Franceschin, born February 19, 1977 in Rome, obtained his degree in Chemistry with a specialization in Chemistry of Biological Systems at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” in 2001, with a mark of 110/110 cum laude. From January to June 2004 he worked at the Cancer Research UK Biomolecular Structure Group, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, under the supervision of Professor Stephen Neidle. He obtained his PhD degree in Chemistry at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” in 2005, discussing the thesis “Polycyclic aromatic compounds able to induce and stabilize G-quadruplex DNA structures as new telomerase inhibitors: synthesis, physicochemical properties and biochemical studies”. Currently he has a post-doc position as an Organic Chemist at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, where he is also involved in teaching and tutorial activities. He has been qualified to teach Chemistry in the higher school since 2006.


He is deeply involved in the activities of the Italian Chemical Society, where he is a member of the Directive Committees of the Division of Chemistry for Life Sciences and of the Younger Members Chemists Group. He was admitted as an Associate Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 2005. Two of his papers entered the “Top-50” of the “Most Cited Paper 2005–2008 Award” and “Most Cited Paper 2006–2009 Award” for the journal Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters.

Selected Papers:

Article Views: 3612

Sign in Area

Please sign in below

Additional Sign In options

Please note that to comment on an article you must be registered and logged in.
Registration is for free, you may already be registered to receive, e.g., the newsletter. When you register on this website, please ensure you view our terms and conditions. All comments are subject to moderation.

Article Comments - To add a comment please sign in

Bookmark and Share

If you would like to reuse any content, in print or online, from ChemistryViews.org, please contact us first for permission. more


CONNECT:

ChemistryViews.org on Facebook

ChemistryViews.org on Twitter ChemistryViews.org on YouTube ChemistryViews.org on LinkedIn Sign up for our free newsletter


A product of ChemPubSoc Europe (16 European Chemical Societies)and Wiley-VCH