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Philadelphia Organic Chemists' Club
(POCC)

next event:

May 23
2013


POCC Student Choice Lecture
Prof. Uttam K. Tambar

UT Southwestern Medical Center
Catalytic Asymmetric Molecular Rearrangements

Seminar Poster

POCC Industrial Award & Poster Session – April 18, 2013
to be held within the University of Pennsylvania Chemistry Department
Featuring Dr. Bruce Dorsey – Cephalon/Teva

download the poster abstract form – deadline for submission March 28

seminars are held at 8 p.m. in the CAROLYN HOFF LYNCH hall at the Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania following dinner at 6 (cocktails at 5:30) DIRECTIONS

2012-2013 Schedule
Download the poster! (320 KB PDF)

Sept 27

 

Dr. Akin Davulcu
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Discovery and Development of a Scalable Synthesis for the HCV NS5B Inhibitor BMS-791325

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Oct 25

Prof. Franklin A. Davis
Temple University
Asymmetric Synthesis of Homotropinones, Tropinones, Tropanes and Cocaine Derivatives using Sulfinimines
(
N-Sulfinyl Imines)

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Dec 6
Prof. Corey Stephenson
Boston University
Photoredox catalysis: Enabling chemical synthesis with visible light

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2013
Jan 31

Dr. Kelly M.Aubart
GlaxoSmithKline

Discovery of Peptide Deformylase Inhibitor GSK1322322, a Novel Mechanism of Action Antibiotic

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Feb 28
Prof. Paul Helquist
University of Notre Dame

Collaborative Multidisciplinary Development of New Therapeutic Agents in an Academic Setting

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Mar 28
Prof. Robert A. Flowers, II
Lehigh University
Follow the Thread: Unraveling the Mechanism of Single-Electron Reduction and Oxidation in Important Synthetic Reactions

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Apr 18
POCC Industrial Award
Dr. Bruce D. Dorsey

Cephalon/Teva

From HIV to Oncology: A Journey of Structure Based Drug Design

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May 23

POCC Student Choice Lecture
Prof. Uttam K. Tambar

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Catalytic Asymmetric Molecular Rearrangements
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POCC
University of Pennsylvania
Department of Chemistry, mailbox 374
231 South 34th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6323

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April 2013