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World's largest scientific society announces subjects, dates for 2003 ACS ProSpectives Conferences

The 2003 ACS ProSpectives Conference series, sponsored by the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, will concentrate on six areas of rapidly changing interdisciplinary research. The sessions will cover process chemistry in the pharmaceutical industry, polymorphism in crystals, catalysis in modern organic synthesis, ADMET (absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion and toxicity) in the 21st Century, combinatorial chemistry, and integrating proteomics into system biology.

ACS ProSpectives is a series of small conferences for senior-level industry scientists. Each conference examines a field's important topics through presentations by its foremost researchers. Attendance at the conferences is limited to 200 or fewer to facilitate easy interaction among the speakers and those attending. From 15-20 leading experts in each field participate in a given conference.

"ACS ProSpectives conferences are unique in that they are designed in format and content solely to meet the needs of scientists employed in industry," according to John Katz, ACS ProSpectives program director.

The conferences are in addition to the Society's two national meetings and its eight to ten regional meetings held every year. Following are the topics, conference chairs, dates and locations for the six confirmed 2003 ACS ProSpectives Conferences.

Process Chemistry in the Pharmaceutical Industry The program will focus on the art of building organic molecules while operating within regulatory constraints.
Kumar Gadamasetti, X-Mine, Inc; Mike Martinelli, Eli Lilly
Condado Plaza Hotel
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Feb. 2-5, 2003

Polymorphism in Crystals: Fundamentals, Prediction, and Industrial Practice The state-of-the-art in the often-misunderstood field of crystalline polymorphism will be presented by leading experts in polymorph characterization and prediction, wi
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Contact: Michael Bernstein
m_bernstein@acs.org
202-872-6042
American Chemical Society
26-Dec-2002


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