|CCL 07.08.19 234th ACS Meeting, QSAR Reborn Symposium in Memory of Dr. Magee, Boston, MA|
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Date: Thu Nov 30 16:12:29 2006
Subject: 07.08.19 234th ACS Meeting, QSAR Reborn Symposium in Memory of Dr. Magee, Boston, MA
QSAR Reborn: A Symposium in Memory of Dr. Phillip Magee August 2007 American Chemical Society, Boston, MA Dr. Robert Clark (Tripos) and Dr. John H. Block (Oregon State University) are organizing a symposium honoring the late Dr. Phillip Magee, one of the pioneers in utilizing QSAR. Phil was one of the organizers of the International QSAR and Modeling Society and was its first president. While it is common to apply QSAR to bioactivities in humans, he showed its application to agrochemicals. After retiring from the Ortho Chemical Division of Standard Oil, Phil used QSAR to study transdermal properties of molecules. Until his stroke, Phil was utilizing both his knowledge of physical organic chemistry and QSAR descriptors to model bioactivities, and this symposium is designed to honor all work in the QSAR field. Speakers who have developed QSAR methodologies and who apply them to solve problems are encouraged to contact symposium organizers. Topics include QSAR Descriptors (Physico-chemical, Topological, Quantum Mechanics, Geometrical/Stereochemical); QSAR Techniques (2D-QSAR,3D-QSAR, Topological QSAR, Neural networks, Classification Methods) and QSAR Applications (Drug design, Agrochemical design, Toxicities, Environmental properties). For additional information, please contact John Block at John.Block*_*oregonstate.edu. John H. Block Phone: 541-737-5779 College of Pharmacy Fax: 541-737-3999 Oregon State University Corvallis, OR 97331 John.Block*_*oregonstate.edu blockj*_*onid.orst.eduNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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