European Federation for Medicinal Chemistry (EFMC)
1969-12-19 Paris France
Founded 19 Dec 1969, Paris (France); ratified 13 Sep 1972, Milan (Italy), on adoption of new regulation, replacing European Committee on Medicinal Chemistry which had been set up 1962, Florence (Italy), at 1st International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry. Regulations established 24 Aug 1973, Munich (Germany) and modified: 1978, Brighton (UK); 6 Sep 1998, Edinburgh (UK); 18 Sep 2000, Bologna (Italy); 19 Oct 2003 (Krakow) Poland; 5 Sep 2010, Brussels (Belgium).
Advance the science of medicinal chemistry by promoting cooperation and encouraging strong links between national adhering organizations so as to promote contacts and exchanges between medicinal chemists in Europe and around the world.
Events2024-09-01 | Rome, Italy – International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry
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