RICT 2017 – 53rd International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry

  • Author/Organiser: LDO Conferences
  • Event Website: http://www.rict2017.org
  • Event Date: $eventDateStart
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France

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The event aims to help to structure and strengthen research, innovation, and development in the field of medicinal chemistry. Theis year's congress will be devoted to "Drug Discovery & Selection".


  • Immunotherapy-Oncology
  • Emerging & Neglected Diseases
  • Breakthrough in Technologies for Drug Discovery
  • Tackling the Delivery of Biologics
  • Access to Novel Molecular Entities
  • Case Studies

Selected Speakers

  • Dr Jean-Philippe ANNEREAU (ALEXION, Paris, France)
  • Identifying High Quality, Potent and Selective Inhibitors of ATM Kinase for Oncology Therapies: Discovery of AZD0156
    Dr Bernard BARLAAM (ASTRAZENECA, Macclesfield, United Kingdom)
  • Peptide Drugs to Target GPCR- State of the Art and Innovative Application
    Prof. Annette BECK-SICKINGER (LEIPZIG UNIVERSITY, Leipzig, Germany)
  • Discovery of PF-06840003, a Novel IDO Inhibitor for Cancer Immunotherapy
    Dr Stefano CROSIGNANI (ITEOS THERAPEUTICS SA, Gosselies, Belgium)
  • Sugars and Proteins
    Prof. Ben DAVIS (OXFORD UNIVERSITY, Oxford, United Kingdom)
  • Xeno Nucleic Acids (XNA) in vivo : A New Medicinal Chemistry Approach?
    Prof. Piet HERDEWIJN (KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium)
  • Monitoring the Antagonist-Protein and Protein-Protein Interactions with NMR and X-ray: Inhibitors of the p53-Mdm2 and Immune Checkpoint PD-1/PD-L1 Interactions
  • Engineering Alphabodies to Generate Potent Druggable Inhibitors of Intracellular Protein-Protein Interactions
    Dr Ignace LASTERS (COMPLIX, Zwijnaarde, Belgium)
  • Raising the Gold Standard: Design & Development of Highly Selective JAK3 Probes (Janus Kinase 3)
    Prof. Stefan LAUFER (UNIVERSITY TÜBINGEN, Tübingen, Germany)
  • Dr Meyer NICOLAS (ONCOPOLE TOULOUSE, Toulouse, France)
  • One-pot Cascade Syntheses Using Multicomponent Reactions and Biocatalysis
    Prof. Romano ORRU (VU UNIVERSITY AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  • First-in-class Extracellular Modulators of Receptor Tyrosine Kinases: from Theory to Practice
    Prof. Didier ROGNAN (UNIVERSITY OF STRASBOURG, Illkirch, France)
  • Allosteric Inhibitors of Dengue and Zika Virus NS3/NS2B Proteases
    Prof. Tanja SCHIRMEISTER (UNIVERSITY OF MAINZ, Mainz, Germany)
  • De Novo Drug Design — Inspiration from Nature
    Prof. Gisbert SCHNEIDER (ETH ZÜRICH, Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Structure-based Drug Design (SBDD) in Medicinal Chemistry-enabled Drug Discovery
    Dr Hong SHEN (F. HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE, Shanghai, China)
  • Discovery of Leniolisib, a Novel and Selective PI3K? Inhibitor for Autoimmune and Inflammatory Diseases
    Dr Nicolas SOLDERMANN (NOVARTIS, Basel, Switzerland)
  • Bioactive Ribosomal and Non-Ribosomal Peptides from Nature - Structures, Biosynthesis and Engineering Options
    Prof. Roderich D. SÜSSMUTH (TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY BERLIN, Berlin, Germany)
  • Chemoselective and Biocompatible Reactions, New Tools for Heterocyclic Chemistry and Chemical Biology
    Dr Frédéric TARAN (CEA/SACLAY, Gif-sur-Yvette, France)
  • Development of Dual IGF1R/INSR Inhibitors a Case Study
    Dr Heather TYE (EVOTEC (UK) LTD, Abingdon, United Kingdom)
  • Novel Small Molecule MerTK Inhibitors and their Biological Uses
    Prof. Xiaodong WANG (UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, Chapel Hill, United States)


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