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The Reaxys Ph.D. Prize awards innovative research in organic, organometallic and inorganic chemistry
Date:6/1/2010

rsity), Paul McGonigal (University of Edinburgh), David Michaelis (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Evan Miller (University of California, San Diego), Thomas Moss (University of Manchester), Devon Mundal (Northwestern University), Julia Neumann (Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt Mnster), Tobias Seiser (ETH Zurich), Rohit Kumar Sharma (National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research), Lauren Sirois (Stanford University), Christof Sparr (ETH, Zurich), Jason Spruell (Northwestern University), Yuto Sumida (Kyoto University), Kosuke Suzuki (University of Tokyo), Giulia Tagliabue (University of Insubria), Jason Thomas (University of British Columbia), Hirofumi Ueda (Tohoku University), Akira Ueda (Osaka University), Oleg Vechorkin (Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne), Dieter Weber (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Peter Wich (University of California, Berkeley), and Akira Yada (Kyoto University)

The final selection was made by the Regional Coordinators who are all members of the Reaxys Advisory Board:

  • Dr. P. Kocis - former Global Head Exploratory Chemistry, AstraZeneca
  • Professor H. Kunz - University of Mainz, Germany
  • Professor H. N. C. Wong - Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

The winners and runners-up have been invited to attend the Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium at the 3rd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress on Monday, August 29 2010. The winners are invited to give a short oral presentation of their research, and the finalists will participate in a special poster session and reception.

The symposium will also include presentations from Dr. Graeme Robertson, VP Portfolio Management, Siena Biotech and Prof. Erick Carreira, Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland.

David Evans PhD, Scientific Affairs Director at Elsevier Properties SA said today, "The quality of the submissions we received was excellent. The review board had some very difficult decisions t
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