EFMC is conferring every two years three Awards in order to acknowledge outstanding achievements in the field of Medicinal Chemistry. The 2022 Awards will be conferred on the occasion of the EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry in Nice.
Each Award consists of a diploma, 7.500€ and an invitation for the Award recipient to give a headline presentation at EFMC-ISMC 2022.
Deadline for the submission of nominations: January 31, 2022.
More information regarding the calls for nominations is available on the EFMC Awards page.
To acknowledge and recognise outstanding young medicinal chemists and chemical biologists (≤ 12 years after PhD) working in European industry and academia, EFMC established the "EFMC Prize for a Young Medicinal Chemist or Chemical Biologist in Industry" and the "EFMC Prize for a Young Medicinal Chemist or Chemical Biologist in Academia".
The two prizes are given annually and consist of a diploma, € 1.000 and an invitation for a short presentation at an EFMC symposium. The prize-winners will be invited to give oral communications at the XXVII EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry (EFMC-ISMC 2022).
Deadline for nominations is January 31, 2022.
More information regarding the call for nominations is available on the EFMC Prizes page.
|The Klaus Grohe Foundation, administered by the GDCh (Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker/German Chemical Society), has established the Klaus Grohe Prize, one of the most highly endowed prizes for medicinal chemistry in Europe. The prize, which has a value of 50.000€ will be awarded every two years from 2022.|
The prize is conferred on an individual working in Europe who has demonstrated creativity and excellence in developing novel principles of medicinal chemistry or drug discovery and whose research results plot a clear route towards future applications. The award winner should be under the age of 45 with a promising independent scientific career and should already enjoy international recognition for his or her outstanding achievements in the field.
The award will be conferred during the XXVII EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry, 4–8 September 2022 in Nice, France. After the award ceremony, the prize winner will be invited to give a lecture on his or her scientific work.
Deadline for nominations: January 31, 2022.
More information regarding the nomination process can be found on this page.
|The IUPAC-Richter Prize has been established by a generous gift from the Chemical Works of Gedeon Richter, Plc. (Budapest, Hungary) to acknowledge the key role that medicinal chemistry plays toward improving human health.
The prize (USD 10,000) is to be awarded to an internationally recognized scientist, preferably a medicinal chemist, whose activities or published accounts have made an outstanding contribution to the practice of medicinal chemistry or to an outstanding example of new drug discovery.
The 2022 IUPAC-Richter Prize will be presented during the 37th ACS National Medicinal Chemistry Symposium (26-29 June 2022) in New York (USA) and the recipient will also give a lecture on the subject of his/her research at the XXVII EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry (4-8 September 2022) in Nice (France).
Deadline for nominations is December 15, 2021.
More details as well as the nomination form can be found on this page.