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2008 Annual Symposium

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2008 Tri-State CACS Annual Symposium Program

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8:30 am - 4:00 pm , Saturday, June 7, 2008 , Busch Campus Center

8:30 Registration / Breakfast & Coffee

9 – 4 Vendor Shows featuring Agilent, Akribio, Analogix, AstaTech, Bruker Daltonics, Luknova, Rohm and Haas, Sepax, Varian, and Yamazen

 

Morning Session

(Session Chairs: Fanwen Zeng & Zhongli Gao)

9:00 Opening Remarks

9:10 Dr. Louis J. Lombardo, Director, Oncology Chemistry, Bristol-Myers Squibb Research and Development

“Innovation in Drug Discovery”

9:40 Dr. David Greenley, Director of Technology Operations and Site Manager , Rohm and Haas

“ A Perspective on Global R&D ”

10:10 Dr. Timothy Guzi, Director of Chemistry, Schering-Plough

“Discovery of Novel Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Inhibitors”

10:40 Coffee Break

11:00 Dr. James Hendrix, Director of Medicinal Chemistry, CNS, sanofi-aventis

“Challenges and Opportunities of Discovery and Development of First-in-class (FIC) Therapeutics”

11:30 Dr. Gary Martin, Distinguished Fellow, Schering-Plough

Approaches to Deal with Big Problems Caused by Tiny Samples”

12:00 Lunch

Afternoon Session

(Session Chairs: Wendy Zhong & Fangbiao Li)

1:30 Dr. Gary H. Kruppa, Vice President, Business Development, Bruker Daltonics Inc.

“ MALDI Imaging: A New Tool for Molecular Histology, Biomarker and Target Discovery and Small Molecule Analysis in Tissues ”

1:50 Mr. Daniel Kimm, Vice President, Sales, Yamazen Chromatography

“ Advanced Automated Flash Chromatography ”

2:10 Dr. Qun Sun, President, Discovery ChemScience, LLC

“Discovery ChemScience - Your Dependable Discovery Partner”

2:30 Dr . Bing Yu, Chief Operating Officer, AstaTech, Inc.

“Facilitating Drug Discovery, Development and Manufacturing”

2:50 Dr. Jingyang Zhu, Vice President of R&D, Chiral Quest

“Embracing Opportunities in Outsourcing of Chemical Development and Manufacturing”

3:10 Dr. Xiaochun Zhu, Esq., Ph.D., Partner, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, P.C.

“Patent Law - Another Rewarding Career Choice for Chemists and Biologists”

3:30 Ms. Xuhong Sunny Wang , Patent Department, sanofi-aventis.

Information Scientists - Anther Rewarding Career for Chemists and Biologists”

3:50 Closing Remarks

 

Free Registration at http://www.tristatecacs.org/ , Free Breakfast and Lunch

 

List of Sponsors

Tri-State CACS gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for their support of Tri-State CACS and this symposium:

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University
 
Schering-Plough Research Institute
Schering-Plough Dollars for Volunteers Program
 
Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute
 
Wyeth Research
 
Merck Research Laboratories
 
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co.
ExxonMobil VIP Fund
 
Rohm and Haas Company
 
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
 
Agilent
 
Akribio
 
Waters Corporation
 
Thermo Fisher Scientific
 
Dionex Corporation
 
Bruker Daltonics, Inc.
 
Luknova
 
Sepax Technologies, Inc.
 
Varian
 
Yamazen
 
Tyger Scientific, Inc.
 
AstaTech, Inc.
 
Wuxi Pharmatech
 
Discovery ChemScience  

2008 Annual Symposium on June 7 at Rutgers University

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The Tri-State Chinese American Chemical Society announces that its 2008 Annual Symposium will be held on Saturday, June 7, from 8:30 AM to 4 PM, at Busch Campus Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ (Address: 604 Bartholomew Rd , Piscataway, NJ 08854). Registration is free. Free breakfast and lunch will also be provided to all symposium participants.

The annual symposium serves to bring CACS members and nonmember chemists together for networking and career development. It is open to all students and professionals in chemistry and related fields. The theme of this year's symposium is “ Challenges and Opportunities of Globalization in Pharmaceutical and Chemical R&D ”. We have lined up the following senior technical leaders and executive managers from major pharmaceutical and chemical companies to discuss the major issues facing the pharmaceutical and chemical industry today.

Dr. Carl Decicco, Vice President Discovery Chemistry, Bristol-Myers Squibb “Innovation in Drug Discovery”

Dr. David Greenley, Director of Technology Operations and Site Manager, Rohm and Haas “A Perspective on Global R&D”

Dr. Timothy Guzi, Director of Chemistry, Schering-Plough
“Discovery of Novel Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Inhibitors”

Dr. James Hendrix, Director of Medicinal Chemistry, CNS, sanofi-aventis
“Challenges and Opportunities of Discovery and Development of First-in-class (FIC) Therapeutics”

Dr. Gary Martin, Distinguished Fellow, Schering-Plough
“Approaches to Deal with Big Problems Caused by Tiny Samples”

Dr. Gary H. Kruppa, Vice President, Business Development, Bruker Daltonics Inc.
“MALDI Imaging: A New Tool for Molecular Histology, Biomarker and Target Discovery and Small Molecule Analysis in Tissues”

Mr. Daniel Kimm, Vice President, Sales, Yamazen Chromatography
“Advanced Automated Flash Chromatography”

Dr. Qun Sun, President, Discovery ChemScience, LLC
“Discovery ChemScience - Your Dependable Discovery Partner”

Dr. Bing Yu, Chief Operating Officer, AstaTech, Inc.
“Facilitating Drug Discovery, Development and Manufacturing”

Dr. Jingyang Zhu, Vice President of R&D, Chiral Quest
“Embracing Opportunities in Outsourcing of Chemical Development and Manufacturing”

Dr. Xiaochun Zhu, Esq., Ph.D., Partner, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, P.C.
“Patent Law - Another Rewarding Career Choice for Chemists and Biologists”

Ms. Xuhong Sunny Wang, Patent Department, sanofi-aventis.
“Information Scientists - Anther Rewarding Career for Chemists and Biologists”

The symposium will also feature the latest advances in analytical and synthetic technology and start-up companies in the outsourcing business and a vendor show that will be open to all participants. To encourage participation, there will be prize drawings and giveaways at the vendor show; lucky winners will receive iPods.

CACS was founded in 1981 as a volunteer-based, non-profit professional organization. CACS addresses the common interests and concerns of Chinese American chemical professionals. It has established a mentor program to help new comers gain quick footing in their professional careers in the US . It presents Young Chemist Awards annually to outstanding high school students to help cultivate their interests in chemical sciences.

We welcome all members and non-members to the Symposium. Please register on-line at www.tristatecacs.org or via email at info@tristatecacs.org . On-site registration will also be accepted although you are encouraged to register online ahead of time to ensure seating and meal orders. For more information, please contact Longqin Hu @ 732- 445-5291, Xiaoqiu Wu @ 609-240-9200, or Sunny Wang @ 908-231-3648.

Travel directions can be found at http://maps.rutgers.edu/building.aspx?id=44 . Parking is available in lots 51 (on Bartholomew Rd. , adjacent to Rutgers Federal Credit Union and across from the Busch Campus Center ) .

DIRECTIONS: Busch Campus Center

Rutgers University
Busch Campus Center
604 Bartholomew Road
Piscataway , New Jersey 08854

From New Jersey Turnpike (North or South)

Take Exit 9. Bear right out of the toll plaza, following signs for "Route 18 North - New Brunswick "

Merge left onto Route 18 North, go straight through two lights ( Paul us Blvd. & Commercial Ave.), pass the exits for "Route 27" and " George St. - Rutgers Univ. " and cross the Raritan River on the John Lynch Bridge toward the Busch Campus (approx. 4 miles total)

Take the " Campus Road - Busch Campus" exit

Proceed to the traffic circle, and take the first right out of the circle onto Bartholomew Road (may not be marked). Keep the chain link fence on your right

At the 4-way stop, continue straight on Bartholomew Road , crossing Brett Rd.

At the top of the hill, turn right into a large parking lot (lot #51), across the street from the Busch Campus Center

Enter the front of the Busch Campus Center . You can pick up your name tag at the registration tables straight ahead if you registered online; otherwise, proceed to On-Site Registration.

From Garden State Parkway (North and South)

Southbound - coming from northern New Jersey

Take Exit 129 for the New Jersey Turnpike and head south

Follow directions to campus from the NJ Turnpike (see above)

 

Northbound - coming from southern New Jersey

Take Exit 105 and follow signs for Route 18 North

After approx. 24 miles, pass the entrance for the NJ Turnpike and continue on Route 18 North

Follow directions to campus from the NJ Turnpike

From Route 1 (North and South)

Take exit marked "Route 18 North - New Brunswick " then follow directions from the New Jersey Turnpike

From Route 287 (North and South)

Take Exit 9 for "Bound Brook/Highland Park"

Proceed East on River Road toward Highland Park . Shortly after the third traffic light, turn left onto Sutphen Road .

Turn left at the 4-way stop (stadium on your right) onto Bartholomew Road (may not be marked)

At the traffic circle, take the second right out of the circle to continue on Bartholomew Road

At the 4-way stop, continue straight on Bartholomew Road , crossing Brett Rd.

At the top of the hill, turn right into a large parking lot (lot #51), across the street from the Busch Campus Center

Enter the front of the Busch Campus Center . You can pick up your name tag at the registration tables straight ahead if you registered online; otherwise, proceed to On-Site Registration.

 

 

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