PhysChem Forum is back!


The 2022 PhysChem forum will be hosted by Novartis at their site in Basel, Switzerland, 31st October-1st November 2022.

Hold the date - registration will open soon!

Introduction

The PhysChem forum PCF2022 is announced. The meeting, "New modalities: therapeutic opportunities for challenging biological targets" will be hosted by Novartis at their Basel Pavillon in Switzerland on 31st October and 1st November 2022. The meeting will start around 6pm on the 31st and conclude around 5pm on the 1st. As always the plenary lecture will be delivered (to be announced) in the evening of the 31st of October followed by the gala dinner at the Odelya Hotel. PhysChem Forum's meetings are free to attend and delegates are not charged for registration, however delegates will have to pay their own expenses including dinner at the plenary lecture (if they wish to attend), travel, and accommodation.

The Novartis Pavillon in Basel

Accomodation

Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. We have negotiated preferential room rates for those wishing to book accommodation at the designated conference hotel, the Odelya Hotel, Missionsstrasse 21, CH-4055 Basel. There are rooms available with a preferred discount. Please use the promotion code Novartis2210.

Travel to the symposium

Basel has an international airport and a train station. The hotel can be reached by using the tram 3 and stop at the Pilgerstrasse stop. Alternatively accessible from the stop Spalentor and the buses 30 and 33.

Monday 31st October 2022

Hotel Odelya, Missionsstrasse 21, CH-4055 Basel. Keynote lecture followed by a symposium dinner.

Tuesday 1st November 2022

At the Novartis Pavillon – Novartis Campus, CH-4056, Basel, Switzerland. Google map link and official site map (pdf).

Registration

Registration will open soon. Put the dates in your diary!

Programme

Under construction, to be announced soon.

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About the PhysChem Forum

We organise regular free-to-attend meetings with a focus on PhysChem in drug development. 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 join our exciting meetings please sign up to our e-mail list by dropping an e-mail to "info at physchem.org.uk"