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The Mathias P. Mertes Memorial Lecture

2011

Dr. Jon Clardy

Dr. Jon Clardy, Hsieu Wu and Daisy Yen Wu Professor,
Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School

"Bacterial Communications and the Discovery of New Biologically Active Molecules"

 


 

2009 - Arun Ghosh, Ph.D. (Bio) (PDF)

Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry, Purdue University
"Harnessing the Power of Organic Synthesis to Address the Challenges to Today's Medicine"

2007 - Gregory C. Fu (Bio)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
"Asymmetric Catalysis with Planar-Chiral Heterocycles"

2005 - Justin Du Bois(Bio)

Stanford University, San Francisco, CA
"Drawing Inspiration for Reaction Design from Nature's Products"

2003 - Marvin Miller (Bio)

Notre Dame University
"Design, Syntheses, and Studies of New Antimicrobial Agents and Microbe-Targeted Drug Delivery Systems"

2001 - Paul A. Wender, Ph.D. (Bio)

Stanford University, San Francisco, CA
"The Chemistry-Medicine Continuum: New Reactions, New Therapeutic Leads, and New Drug Delivery Systems"

1999 - Samuel H. Gellman, Ph.D. (Bio)

University of Wisconsin at Madison
"Heteropolymer Folding: Proteins and Beyond"

1997 - George R. Petit

Arizona State University
"The Discovery of Marine and Terrestrial Anticancer Drugs"

1996 - Povl Krogsgaard-Larsen (Bio)

The Royal Danish School of Pharmacy
"GABA-A and GABA-B Receptor Ligands: Chemistry, Molecular Pharmacology, and Therapeutic Aspects"
"Excitatory Amino Acid Receptor Ligands: Design, Subtype Specificity, and Therapeutic Prospects"


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