PhysChem Forum


PCF2024 coming up!

Another exciting PhysChem forum event PCF2024 will take place in 2024 "Closing the loop - measuring, modelling and predicting PhysChem properties" at Syngenta Jealot's Hill UK, on Monday 30th September and Tuesday 1st October. Registration is now open for the event, please see the event web page.

PCF2023 Gothenburg, 3rd and 4th October 2023

This was a very successful event and photos are now available at the bottom of the event page.

About us

Since 2005, the PhysChem Forum has hosted an annual two day meeting covering a variety of topics around the themes of physical chemistry (PhysChem) and Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion and Toxicity.

There is a recognized need within the PhysChem and ADMET industry for a discussion forum; especially for those scientists carrying out practical research and analytical work in the field, particularly with new modalities for drug design such as beyond rule of five.

There have been a number of extremely high quality international meetings covering various aspects of this field. While the papers presented at those meetings have been cutting edge, there has been limited scope for bench scientists to meet in a more informal setting allowing them to present current work, discuss challenges that were overcome and deliberate those yet to be faced. Furthermore those meetings have generally been expensive, thus precluding multiple attendees from smaller departments. The PhysChem Forum Symposium event series is attempting to address those specific aspects by an adapted, yet very successful proven format. The PhysChem Forum is totally free and its successful organisation relies on the passion and engagement of many people who dedicate their time and effort to make the PhysChem Forum a reality.

Organising committee

PhysChem Forum committee

Left to right: Stephen Buckley (NovoNordisk); Stephane Rodde (Novartis); Jonathan Burley (University of Nottingham); Antonio Llinas (AstraZeneca); Martin Will (Sanofi); Shenaz Bunally (GSK); Karl Box (Pion); Nikita King (Syngenta). Not in photo: Josep Huerta (Almiral); Linette Ruston (Seda Pharm Dev).

Our goal is to generate an environment for informed debate and discussion in a non-commercial setting with excellent networking opportunities. We are supported by many "BigPharma" and smaller pharmaceutical development companies through the input of the PhysChem organising committee. To find out about our exciting meetings please sign up to our e-mail list by filling in the form below or dropping an e-mail to "info at physchem.org.uk", and keep up to speed with us via our fancy-pants new twitter account!


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