35th Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry 2024

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Explore the renowned “Hatfield Med Chem Meeting” (35th Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry in Eastern England) now recolated to Stevenage. Join us at Charnwood Discovery’s booth this year. 

About the 35th Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry

This one-day event has a rich history of success, convening annually to foster scientific exchange. The event’s meticulously curated scientific program offers a diverse array of presentations spotlighting medicinal chemistry case studies, spanning foundational tools to promising candidates. 

The meeting will explore various modalities, therapeutic domains, and target classes, while delving into cutting-edge topics shaping the future of drug discovery. Designed to foster informality and interactivity, this gathering is tailored for professionals across the medicinal chemistry spectrum, providing an invaluable platform for engagement and collaboration.

Connect With Us on 25 April 2024

35th Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry_ Dr James Hitchen & Phil Thorne

Regular attendee of ‘Hatfield’ medicinal chemistry meeting, Phil Thorne (Principal Research Scienist) is joined this year by Dr James Hitchin (Vice President of Chemistry). 

If you are heading to Stevenage (the new home of the “Hatfield Med Chem Meeting” at the end of April, please visit our stand, to find out about Charnwood Discovery’s data-driven approach to medicinal chemistry

If you would like to organize a meeting with the team please click the link below. Alternatively, you can connect directly with James on LinkedIn. 

Register for the 35th Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry

Learn more about the event, program and how you can attend the event here:


Innovation drives our small molecule drug discovery program. Our medicinal chemistry teams have access to cutting-edge tools allowing for creative design and synthesis of molecules.

By having all our specialist, expert teams under one roof it enables easy collaboration and idea generation. Consequently, client projects move forward swiftly whilst always having data to support any decisions being made.

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