The Group for the Promotion of Pharmaceutical chemistry in Academia (GP2A) will hold the 31st Annual GP2A Medicinal Chemistry Conference at the School of Pharmacy, Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille – France, 23-25th August 2023.
The registration platform will open soon to submit abstracts for poster and oral presentation. The GP2A conference offers an opportunity for PhD students and early career researchers to share the stage with our invited speakers, so this year a number of abstracts will be selected for oral communication.
Further information about the conference will follow soon.
Members of the GP2A network are entitled to substantial registration discounts, so be sure to enrol as a network member prior to registration.
For more information about the GP2A network, please feel free to visit our website: www.gp2a.org
The first event organized by the recently launched Medicinal and Biological Chemistry Division of the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland, jointly with the RSC Carbohydrate Interest Group took place in Queen’s University Belfast on 21-22 November 2022.
The meeting, organized by Prof Gerd Wagner (QUB), brought together over 2 days a great line of speakers with research interests in Carbohydrate and Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology from across Ireland, UK and Europe. It also featured the Dextra Award Lecture by Prof Gavin Miller (Keele University). Importantly, a dedicated Early Career Researcher session provided an opportunity for PhD students, postdocs, and early stage academics to present their research.
Following an open call for nominations for this prestigious award and an independent and international review process, we are delighted to let you know that Professor Grace Morgan, School of Chemistry, University College Dublin, is the recipient of the ICI Boyle Higgins’ Gold Medal and Lecture Award 2022. Professor Morgan’s profile may be found here. Our warmest congratulations to Professor Morgan. Professor Morgan delivered an outstanding award lecture during the ICI Centenary Congress 2022.
Following an open call for nominations for this prestigious award and an independent and international review process, we are delighted to let you know that Professor Tadhg Begley, an Irish chemist, UCC alumnus, Distinguished Professor, Derek Barton Professor of Chemistry and Robert A. Welch Foundation Chair, at Texas A&M University in the US, is the recipient of the ICI Boyle Higgins’ Gold Medal and Lecture Award 2021. Professor Begley’s profile may be found here. Our warmest congratulations to Professor Begley. Professor Begley delivered an outstanding award lecture during the ICI Centenary Congress 2022.
Pictured: Professor Patrick Guiry (ICI President) presenting Professor Tadhg Begley with his award during the ICI Centenary Congress in the Royal Irish Academy, 17th November, 2022
Following an open call for nominations for the ICI Annual Award for Chemistry (Eva Philbin Public Lecture Series) 2021 and an independent review process, we are delighted to announce that the 2022 recipient of this award is Professor Carmel Breslin, Department of Chemistry, Maynooth University (Click here to view Professor Breslin’s profile on the MU website)
Our warmest congratulations to Professor Breslin. Professor Breslin presented an outstanding award lecture during the ICI Centenary Congress which took place in the Royal Irish Academy on the 17th November, 2022.
Pictured: Professor Patrick Guiry (ICI President) presenting Professor Carmel Breslin with her award during the ICI Centenary Congress in the Royal Irish Academy, 17th November, 2022
The ICI Annual Award Ceremony and 73rd AGM are taking place in RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences on Wednesday, 8th June, 2022 commencing at 16.00 in the Albert Lecture Theatre.
The ICI Award Ceremony Programme may be found here: ICI Annual Award Ceremony 2022 Programme