Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Associate Professor, Medicinal Chemistry
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy , Italy
Biography :

Dr. Federica Pellati graduated cum laude in 2000 in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. In 2004 she got a PhD degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Then she had a post-doctoral fellowship position in Medicinal Chemistry and in 2006 she got a position of Assistant Professor in Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. In 2014, she got the Italian Professorship Qualification (ASN 2012) as an Associate Professor in Medicinal Chemistry. The research activity of Dr. Pellati is focused on the development of innovative techniques for the extraction and analysis of bioactive natural products, and on the isolation of new bioactive compounds of natural origin. She has a number of national and international research collaborations and she participates to peer-reviewed research projects. Dr. Pellati is the author of more than 60 papers in ISI indexed international journals, n. 3 book chapters, n. 4 proceedings in international journals, n. 2 patents and more than 90 congress communications (oral and poster).

OCM Member
Professor, Chemistry
University of Pavia , Italy
Biography :

Chiara Milanese is associate professor of Physical Chemistry at the Chemistry Department of the University of Pavia (Italy). Her main research interests regard the synthesis of innovative nanomaterials for solid state hydrogen storage and for energy storage, their physico-chemical characterization and the evaluation of their storage performance. In the last 5 years, her attention was mainly focused on C-based materials, in particular fullerene derivatives and biochar. She is author of 165 papers on materials science topics and she is expert of the IEA Task 40 “Energy storage and conversion based on hydrogen”.

Research Interest :

She is author of 165 papers on materials science topics and she is expert of the IEA Task 40 “Energy storage and conversion based on hydrogen”.

OCM Member
Research Scientist, Medicinal Chemistry
National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences , USA
Biography :

Andrés E. Dulcey was born in Cali, Colombia. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from The Ohio State University, he joined the laboratory of Professor Virgil Percec at the University of Pennsylvania. His doctoral research focused on the design, synthesis and structural characterization of biologically-inspired libraries of amphiphilic compounds which self-assemble into functional, helical, porous channels. After completion of his doctoral degree, Andrés joined the National Institutes of Health (NIH), first as a Postdoctoral Fellow and then as a Research Scientist, where he has spent over 10 years working in different modalities of medicinal chemistry. Currently, Andrés is at the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences at the NIH, where he works as a Research Scientist at the forefront of translation, advancing programs in target identification and validation, assay development and screening, probe development and lead optimization, and drug repurposing, with the goal of furthering the understanding of biochemical pathways and aiding the development of new medicines.

OCM Member
Department of Chemistry
University of Rome La Sapienza , Italy
Biography :

Laura Chronopoulou has completed her PhD in Materials Science at the University of Rome La Sapienza. She is currently working as a post-doc Researcher at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Rome La Sapienza, in the Industrial Chemistry group. She is a member of the Nanobiotechnology lab run by Prof. Cleofe Palocci. Her main research interests are the following: Synthesis and characterization of biopolymeric nanoparticles for drug delivery applications; Bioproduction of peptidic hydrogels for biotechnological applications; Structure-activity studies of lipolytic enzymes immobilized on nanocarriers; Microfuidic approaches to the synthesis of nanomaterials. She has authored 40 publications that have been cited over 600 times, and her publication H-index is 15.

Research Interest :

She has authored 40 publications that have been cited over 600 times, and her publication H-index is 15.

OCM Member
Scientist, Material Chemistry
Institute of structure of matter , Italy
Biography :

Julietta V. Rau (Dr, PhD) is currently researcher, head of the laboratory and research group at the Institute of the Structure of Matter of the Italian National Research Council (ISM-CNR, Rome, Italy). She is the author of more than 120 publications in International Journals and about 145 psentations and Invited talks at International Conferences. She received several international awards for her research achievements. Her psent H-index is 24.

OCM Member
Senior research scientist, Chemistry Department
Catholic University , Chile
Biography :

Luis A. Vargas received his MS at the Catholic University, Chile and his PhD in 1963 from the University of Madrid, Spain under Dr. Rafael Perez-Ossorio. He was Professor and Chair of the Chemistry Dept. at the Catholic University, Chile until 1968. He completed Post-Doctoral work in 1971 at New York University under Dr. Y.E. Rhodes. He was senior research scientist at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and has also been a Professor at Queensborough Community College in NY since 1992.

Research Interest :

She has authored 40 publications that have been cited over 600 times, and her publication H-index is 15.

OCM Member
University of Rochester , USA
Biography :

Henry M. Sobell completed his studies at Brooklyn Technical High School (1948-1952), Columbia College (1952-1956), and the University of Virginia School of Medicine (1956-1960). Instead of practicing clinical medicine, he then went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to join Professor Alexander Rich in the Department of Biology (1960-1965), where, as a Helen Hay Whitney Postdoctoral Fellow, he learned the technique of single crystal X-ray analysis. He then joined the Chemistry Department at the University of Rochester, having been subsequently jointly appointed to both the Chemistry and Molecular Biophysics departments (the latter at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry), becoming a full tenured Professor in both departments (1965-1993). He is now retired and living in the Adirondacks in New York, USA

Research Interest :

She has authored 40 publications that have been cited over 600 times, and her publication H-index is 15.

OCM Member
Head of the Department , Organic Chemistry
Budapest University of Technology and Economics , Hungary
Biography :

György Keglevich graduated from the Technical University of Budapest in 1981 as a chemical engineer. He got “Doctor of Chemical Science” degree in 1994, in the subject of organophosphorus-chemistry. He has been the Head of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology since 1999. Within organophosphorus chemistry, his major field embraces a P-heterocycles involving selective syntheses, as well as bioactive and industrial aspects. He also deals with environmentally friendly chemistry involving MW chemistry, its theoretical aspects, phase transfer catalysis, the development of new chiral catalysts, and the use of ionic liquids. He is the author or co-author of ca. 550 papers (the majority of which appeared in international journals) including ca. 70 review articles and 40 book chapters. He is, among others, the member of the Editorial Board of Molecules, Heteroatom Chemistry and Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon, and the Related Elements, and Current Microwave Chemistry. He is the Editor-in-Chief for Current Organic Chemistry and Current Green Chemistry, the co-Editor-in-Chief for Current Catalysis, Associate Editor for Current Organic Synthesis and Letters in Drug Design and Discovery, and Regional Editor for Letters in Organic Chemistry.

Research Interest :

Organic Chemistry

OCM Member
Associate professor , medicinal chemistry
Budapest University of Technology and Economics , Hungary
Biography :

Bölcskei H has completed her MSc study as a chemical engineer from University of Technology, Budapest, Hungary. She received her PhD in 1979 at the same university, and her scientific degree “candidate of sciences” in 1988 from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Between 1973-2013 she worked as a researcher at the Hungarian pharmaceutical company Gedeon Richter Plc. Since 2009 she has been working as the associate professor of University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary. Her main research interest: alkaloid chemistry, organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry. She has over 60 publications that have been cited over 200 times.

OCM Member
Professor, Chemistry
Swinburne University of Technology , Australia
Biography :

Feng Wang (PhD Theoretical/Computational Chemistry, Spectroscopy) is Professor of Chemistry and Deputy Chair of Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. Feng received her PhD degree at the University of Newcastle (Australia, 1994), worked at the University of Waterloo (1994-1996) as an NSERC Canada International Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Fellow at School of Chemistry, The University of Melbourne (1996-2000). After a short period at a supercomputer centre, she joined Swinburne University of Technology in 2003. Feng has led many theoretical/computational chemistry driven discoveries in a broad spectrum of applications in medicinal, biological, solar energy etc in chemistry and physics and has published over 150 peer reviewed journal articles. Feng is Honorary Professor at School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne, Fellow of RACI and Fellow of the AIP. She also serves on national scientific research committees such as the National Computational Merit Allocation Committee (NCMAC, Australia) and has been an expert panel member for National Research Councils including Ireland, Czech Republic, Portugal, Romania and Canada (Quebec) etc.

OCM Member
Full Professor, chemistry
Chimie ParisTech (France) , France
Biography :

Christophe Len received his Ph.D. from the University of Picardie-Jules Verne (UPJV) in Amiens (France) under the supervision of Professor P. Villa in the field of carbohydrate chemistry. In 1996, he joined Doctor G. Mackenzie's group at the University of Hull (UK) as a post-doctoral fellow to work on the synthesis of nucleoside analogues. In 1997, CL became Assistant Professor at the Laboratoire des Glucides of UPJV and worked on the chemistry of antiviral nucleoside analogues specialising on those with novel glycone systems. In 2003, CL received his habilitation and was promoted to full Professor in 2004 at the University of Poitiers (France) where he was the supervisor of the team "Biomolecules: Synthesis and Molecular Organization". For 2008, CL had a secondment to the University of Technology of Compiègne - UTC (France) where he created a new scientific team called "Organic Chemistry and Alternative Technologies" with the perspective to develop research activity on green chemistry and sustainable development. In 2010, CL became full Professor at the University of Compiègne - UTC (France). Since November 2017, CL has developed his research at Chimie ParisTech (France) in the group "Catalysis, Synhesis of Biomolecules and Sustainable Development" diriged by Dr Virginie Vidal.

Research Interest :

The principle interests of Len's research are organic synthesis including: (i) the reactivity of biomass-derived molecules (glycerol, fatty acids, lignin, cellulose) for the formation of new chemical bonds

OCM Member
Professor, Physical Chemistry
Petre Melikishvili Institute of Physical and Organic Chemistry , Georgia
Biography :

Vladimer Tsitsishvili, Dr. Physical Chemistry, has his expertise in various fields of Physical Chemistry and Chemical Technologies. He has developed a new concept, a model of a heterodynamic system for describing relaxation, diffusion and other phenomena in dynamically in homogeneous media. More recently, he has developed new methodologies for preparation and modification of zeolite molecular sieves, adsorbents, ion exchangers, and catalysts. He is author of over 450 papers, 2 books on Physical Chemistry and owner of several patents. He is the Member of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences. He was the recipient of several Awards, including the Georgian Order of Honour (2013) and Prizes of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences (2005, 2018).

Research Interest :

He was the recipient of several Awards, including the Georgian Order of Honour (2013) and Prizes of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences (2005, 2018).

OCM Member
Professor, Nano materials
Deakin University , Australia
Biography :

Lingxue Kong was awarded his PhD from the University of New South Wale in Australia in 1997. One of his research interests lies on the development of nanomaterials for colorectal cancers by incorporating targeting reagents to improve the efficacy of drugs. He has published more than 245 scientific articles in leading international journals with a citation of more than 5500 and a h-indexof 41.

Research Interest :

The principle interests of Len's research are organic synthesis including: (i) the reactivity of biomass-derived molecules (glycerol, fatty acids, lignin, cellulose) for the formation of new chemical bonds

OCM Member
Professor, Biochemistry
Uppsala University , Sweden
Biography :

Professor of Biochemistry at Uppsala University in Sweden and a specialist in enzymology and biosensor-based drug discovery. Helena Danielson has applied biophysical methods for enzymology and drug discovery. Her current focus is on discovery of leads targeting epigenetic enzymes and establishing a fundamental understanding the dynamics of molecular interactions. She has extensive experience of the commercial drug discovery process through 30 years of collaborative research with partners in pharmaceutical and biotechnological industry. An important collaboration with Biacore AB was initiated in 1997 and has resulted in adapting biosensor technology for drug discovery and the development of new biosensor products for the drug discovery industry. Academic career: Master of Science in Chemical Engineering at Lund University (1982), Fulbright scholarship (1982-84) and Master of Science in Biochemistry (1984) at the University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA. Ph.D. in Biochemistry at Stockholm University (1987). Researcher at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm (1987-88). At Uppsala University since 1988. Professor of Biochemistry from 2002. Co-founder of Beactica AB (2006), Chief Scientific Officer until 2014. Board member and scientific advisor.

Research Interest :

The principle interests of Len's research are organic synthesis including: (i) the reactivity of biomass-derived molecules (glycerol, fatty acids, lignin, cellulose) for the formation of new chemical bonds

OCM Member
Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences
Texas A&M University , USA
Biography :

Dr. Shaodong Guo is Associate Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at Texas A&M University College. He received his Ph.D in Physiology from Peking University, China. Then he completed his postdoctoral research training in Genetics, Biochemistry, and Medicine in the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Harvard University, respectively. Dr. Guo was Instructor in Medicine at Children's Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School for two years prior to joining the faculty at Texas A&M Health Science Center. Currently, Dr. Guo serves as senior editor for the Journal of Endocrinology and Journal of Molecular Endocrinology, two major official journals of Endocrine Society of Europe, UK, and Australia, and he is the textbook chapter writer for Metabolic Syndrome edited by Rexford Ahima and published by Springer in 2016. Dr. Guo lab research focuses on insulin/glucagon and estrogen signal transduction, insulin resistance, gene transcriptional control of nutrient homeostasis, and cardiac dysfunction in diabetes. Dr. Guo has been working on the gene transcriptional regulation of metabolic homeostasis by insulin receptor substrate proteins (IRS) and Forkhead FoxO transcription factors and he has been funded by American Diabetes Association (ADA), American Heart Association, and the National Institute of Health of USA. He is a recipient of ADA junior faculty award, career development award, and Richard R. Lee Award. His work has been published in a number of journals including the JBC, Endocrinology, Hypertension, Diabetes, Circulation Research, AJP, MCB, and Nature Medicine, receiving more than 5,500 citations from the Google Scholar.

Research Interest :

The principle interests of Len's research are organic synthesis including: (i) the reactivity of biomass-derived molecules (glycerol, fatty acids, lignin, cellulose) for the formation of new chemical bonds

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