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NJACS-OTG The NJACS Organic Chemistry Topical group brings together New Jersey’s organic chemists from academia, companies and the pharmaceutical industry — hosting regular meetings and semi-annual symposia.

Call for nominations:  The ACS North Jersey Section is soliciting nominations for the 2024 Award for Creativity in Molecular Design & Synthesis. The award recognizes initiative, creativity, leadership, and perseverance in pure and/or applied chemistry. Nominees must have had broad impact in the areas of chemical      synthesis, method development, bioorganic/medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical sciences, and/or molecular recognition.

Nominations should include a letter describing the nominee’s achievements, a brief biography and curriculum vitae, and a list of the nominee’s important published works. Supporting letters are strongly encouraged.

Please  submit  materials  by  February 29  to Professor Joseph Badillo: joseph.badillo@shu.edu. The prize consists of a crystal plaque and a $5,000 honorarium.   Advertisement for nominations for 2024 Creativity Award

Board Members

Professor Joseph Badillo

Professor Joseph Badillo, Seton Hall University

Chair

Dr. Michael Smith

Dr. Michael Smith, Bristol-Myers Squibb

Treasurer

Dr. Mike DiMaso

Dr. Mike DiMaso, Merck Research Laboratories

Member

Jingwei Li, Merck Research Laboratories

Member

Dr. Chunrui Sun

Dr. Chunrui Sun, Merck Research Laboratories

Member

Dr. John Gurak

Dr. John Gurak, Bristol Myers Squibb

Member

Professor Magnus Bebbington

Professor Magnus Bebbington, Montclair State University

Member

Dr. Vladislav Lisnyak

Dr. Vladislav Lisnyak, Bristol Myers Squibb

Member

Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee, William Paterson University

Student Member

Joshua Korn-Heilner, Seton Hall University

Student Member

Nadya Ackermanian, Montclair State University

Student Member

Organic Topical Group Fall Symposium-Call For Abstracts

June 29, 2024 8am - September 1, 2024 5pm

Award for Creativity in Molecular Design & Synthesis

Call for Abstracts

Graduate students, undergraduate students, and post-docs in chemistry are invited to submit abstracts to be considered for a poster session. The poster session will take place during the symposium’s break periods. This is an excellent opportunity to share your research and network with speakers, local academics, and industry leaders.

Abstract Guidelines: < 300 words
Please also indicate name, PI, institution, & graduate level.

Deadline
: September 1st, 2024

Email to
: joseph.badillo@shu.edu

Subject line
: NJACS Poster Abstract

Acceptance date:
September 22nd, 2024

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