Arcavacata di Rende, Cs, October 25, 2005.
At the end of each academic year, usually in October, 1st and 2nd year students in “Metodologie per lo Sviluppo di Molecole di Interesse Farmacologico”, a PhD school active at the University of Calabria, present, in English, their results in a workshop whose format includes an invited lecture given by an expert in a specific field of research. This year, the extended abstracts of each contribution presented at 3rd workshop on “The Contribution of Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Medicinal Chemistry to Life Sciences” held at the Convention Center of the University of Calabria on October 25, 2005, are collected in the present book. The opening chapter is a contribution of professor Banoub of the Memorial University of St. John’s at Newfoundland, Canada, the others includes applications on phyto–, food, environmental, pharmaceutical and synthetic organic chemistry as well as in proteomics. The present publication testifies the effort of both students and teachers and their willing to be considered members of a community larger than that of Calabria Region, where hardly, they will find a job.Contributions by Donatella Aiello, Joseph Banoub, Ermelinda Bloise, Roberta Cassano, Mariarosaria Castiglione, Leonardo Di Donna, Anas El-Aneed, Bartolo Gabriele, Carmelo Garreffa, Alan C. Hopkinson, Francesca Iemma, Antonella Leggio, Sonia Leta, Angelo Liguori, Loredana Maiuolo, Raffaella Mancuso, Innocenzo Muzzalupo, Rita Muzzalupo, Anna Napoli, Enzo Perri, Francesca Perri, Nevio Picci, Francesco Puoci, Gaetano Ragno, Antonella Risoli, Anna Russo, Ashif Sajjad, Giuseppe Salerno, Raffaele Salerno, Giovanni Sindona, Michael Siu K.W., Umile Gianfranco Spizzirri, Sonia Trombino.
Giovanni Sindona is full professor of Organic Chemistry and board–coordinator of doctorate school in “Metodologie per lo Sviluppo di Molecole di Interesse Farmacologico” at the University of Calabria.
Loredana Maiuolo is researcher of Organic Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry of University of Calabria (Italy).
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|data pubblicazione: ||Settembre 2006|