MedChemComm winners at the 7th BMCS Symposium

Congratulations to Duncan Hay and James Clulow, winners of the MedChemComm prizes at the 7th Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Symposium.

Duncan (University of Oxford), won the prize for best oral presentation for his research on SGC-CBP30, a chemical probe for CBP/p300 bromodomains while James (Imperial College London) won the prize for best poster for his research into using quantitative activity-based chemical proteomics to explore the targets of electrophilic natural products.

The symposium, organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Biological & Medicinal Chemistry interest group, was held in Cambridge on 13th December 2013.

BMCS Committee Member Dave Alker presents awards to Duncan Hay (above) and James Clulow (below)

 

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