Organofluorine Chemistry: Synthetic Methods and Applications

  • Author/Organiser: Society of Chemical Industry (SCI)
  • Event Website: https://www.soci.org/Events/Display-Event?EventCode=YCP525
  • Event Date: 09 February 2018 to 09 February 2018
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Society of Chemical Industry, London, UK
  • Associated Societies: Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), UK

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The aim of this symposium is to highlight recent advances in synthetic methodology for the controlled introduction of fluorine into organic molecules, and to showcase its application to alter the structural and physical properties of molecules. Academics from the UK and Europe will present their latest research on the synthesis and application of fluorinated organic molecules, and speakers from the pharmaceutical industry will provide insights into the application of organofluorine compounds to challenging real-world problems.


Selected Speakers

  • Fluorine conformational effects in reaction design
    Ryan Gilmour, Münster University, Germany
  • fluorine and iodine: a powerful combination for fluorination
    Alison Stuart, University of Leicester, UK
  • Stereogenic fluorinated carbon in medicinal chemistry: from drug discovery to development
    Tim Barrett, GlaxoSmithKline, UK
  • Novel selectively fluorinated motifs
    David O’Hagan, University of St Andrews, UK
  • PET imaging: From basic fluorine chemistry research to clinical applications
    Joel Mercier, UCB, Belgium
  • A troublesome fluorination of 2,3-dihydrobenzofuran compounds
    Catherine Alder, GlaxoSmithKline, UK
  • The influence of fluorination on lipophilicity and hydrogen bond properties
    Bruno Linclau, University of Southampton, UK


Organizing Committee

  • Dr. Mark Betson, SCI / Concept Life Sciences
  • Dr. Ben Whitehurst, SCI / Heptares Therapeutics
  • Dr. David Nelson, SCI / University of Strathclyde
  • Dr. Nina Ursinyova, SCI / Evotec

 

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