NESACS Process Chemistry Symposium Oct. 12, 2017

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These local ACS members have been volunteering their time in order to bring a quality meeting to the entire local scientific community. If you happen to see them at the meeting, please thank them for their time. Are you interested in volunteering to help organize future events? If so, please let us know by e-mailing us.

Members of the Organizing Committee for the Medicinal Chemistry Symposium April 2016:

Raj Rajur (chair)
Mark Ashwell
Mukund Chorghade
Kenneth Drew
Daniel Elbaum
Robert Goodnow
Adrian Hobson
Lisa Marcaurelle
Andrew Scholte
John Williams

Members of the Organizing Committee for the Process Chemistry Symposium Oct. 2015:
Luigi Anzalone (Vertex)
Ken Drew (Flamma)
Michael Humora (Biogen Idec)
Katherine Lee (Pfizer)
Sean Wiedemann (Amgen)



Members of the Organizing Committee for the April 2011 Symposium:
John Amedio (Seaside Therapeutics)
Mukund Chorghade
Scott Cowen (Astra Zeneca)
Ken Drew (Flamma USA)
Gurmit Grewal (Astra Zeneca)
Bayard Huck (EMD Serono)
Yanhong Li (Pfizer)
Gabriel Martinez-Botella (Astra Zeneca)
John McKew
Les McQuire (Novartis)
Michael Pollastri (Northeastern University)
Raj Rajur (Creagen)
Kristin Rosner (Schering Plough/Merck)
Ralph Scannell
John McKew



Members of the Organizing Committee for the October 2010 Symposium:
Don Walker (Biogen Idec)
Luigi Anzalone (Vertex)
Mukund Chorghade
Ken Drew (Flamma USA)
Srinivasa Karra (EMD Serono)
Richard Kramss
Katherine Lee (Pfizer)
John McKew
Les McQuire (Novartis)
Raj Rajur (Creagen)
Ashis Saha (Chembiotek)


Members of the Organizing Committee for the April 2010 Symposium:
John Amedio (Seaside Therapeutics)
Mukund Chorghade
Scott Cowen (Astra Zeneca)
Ken Drew (Flamma USA)
Gurmit Grewal (Astra Zeneca)
Bayard Huck (EMD Serono)
Yanhong Li (Pfizer)
Gabriel Martinez-Botella (Astra Zeneca)
John McKew (Wyeth)
Les McQuire (Novartis)
Michael Pollastri (Northeastern University)
Raj Rajur (Creagen)
Kristin Rosner (Schering Plough/Merck)
Ralph Scannell


Members of the Organizing Committee for the October 2009 Symposium:
Don Walker (Biogen Idec)
Luigi Anzalone (Vertex)
Mukund Chorghade
Ken Drew (Cambrex)
Srinivasa Karra (EMD Serono)
Richard Kramss
Katherine Lee (Wyeth)
John McKew (Wyeth)
Les McQuire (Novartis)
Raj Rajur (Creagen)
Ashis Saha (Chembiotek)

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