Theme: Shaping the Future of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry

Bioorganic Medicinal 2019

Renowned Speakers

Bioorganic Medicinal 2019

Join us for the BIOORGANIC MEDICINAL 2019 

Update your skills, enhance your knowledge base, and broaden your horizons—all in one place!     

Theme: Shaping the Future of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry

Date: November 14-15, 2019

Location: Cape Town, South Africa

ME Conferences takes a lot of privilege to welcome all the scholars and researchers from all around the world to expatiate about their respective scientific research at 2nd World Congress on Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry which is CPD accredited.

Continuing Professional Development keeps you up to date on current and emerging developments.

Bioorganic Medicinal 2019 is a global event focusing on the core knowledge and major advances in the ever-expanding field of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry by attracting experts on a worldwide scale.

It is an international platform to discuss the innovative researches and developments in the Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. It will be a brilliant opportunity to meet prominent personalities and to learn the most recent technological progressions.

Why Attend?

Bioorganic Medicinal 2019 provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, as well as practical challenges, encountered and solutions adopted in the field of Bioorganic and Medicinal chemistry. 

The ultimate goal of the conference is to promote the new advancements, research, and developments, explore the challenges in Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry and related areas.

This event will benefit all scientists who participate in the cross-functional execution of drug discovery programs.  Medicinal chemists, toxicologists, biologists, pharmacologists, pharmacokineticists and program managers will all gain valuable insights into modern preclinical safety assessment strategies


Who Attends?



Pharmaceutical Industry Professionals


Associations and Societies

Post-Doctoral Fellows

Young Researchers


Government Agencies

Clinical Toxicologists

Clinical Pharmacologists

Education providers


Healthcare professionals Professors


Pharmacy Technicians

Chemistry Specialists




Track 1: Agro Chemistry

Agricultural Chemistry is the study of chemistry and biochemistry in their relation to agriculture, particularly agricultural production, the utilization of agricultural products, and natural matters. Agro Chemistry is the science of chemical compositions and changes included within the production, protection, and utilize crops also livestock. The purpose of agrochemistry is to control and understand the methods by which humans get food and fibre for themselves as well as animals; that incorporate all the life forms through which food and fibre are obtained for people also animals, and control of these methods to extend yields, enhance quality, and decrease expenses.

Track 2: Analytical Chemistry

Analytical chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the separation, identification also quantification of chemical compounds. Analytical chemistry includes classical, wet chemical methods and modern, instrumental methods. Chemical analyses can be qualitative, as within the identification of the chemical components in a test, or quantitative, as within the determination of the amount of a certain component within the sample. Analytical chemistry is additionally focused on enhancements in experimental design, chemometrics, and the creation of modern measurement apparatuses. Analytical chemistry has wide applications to forensics, pharmaceutical, science and engineering.

  • Bioanalysis

  • Instrumentation

  • Data processing

  • Industrial chemistry

  • Qualitative analysis

  • Quantitative analysis

Track 3: Biochemistry

Biochemistry is the branch of science that studies the chemical processes within and associated with living organisms. It is a laboratory-based science which brings biology and chemistry together. Biochemistry has become the base for understanding all biological forms. It has given clarifications for the causes of numerous diseases in humans, animals and also in plants. Biochemistry seeks to unwind the complicated chemical responses that happen in a wide variety of life forms, it gives the basis for practical advances in the pharmaceutical, veterinary medication, agriculture and biotechnology. It holds and incorporates such interesting new areas as molecular genetics and bioengineering.

  • Enzymology

  • Biomolecular chemistry

  • Clinical biochemistry

  • Structural and Molecular biochemistry

  • Medicinal biochemistry

  • Biomolecules

  • Forensic biochemistry

  • Physiological chemistry

Track 4: Biological Drug Targets

A drug target is a molecule within the body, normally a protein that is naturally associated with a specific disease process which may be addressed by a drug to deliver a desired therapeutic effect. Biological target identification and approval are the most vital steps in developing a novel drug. Drug target validation includes demonstrating that DNA, RNA, or a protein molecule is specifically included in a disease process and can be a suitable target for improvement of a novel therapeutic drug. The most common drug targets of currently marketed drugs are proteins and nucleic acids.

  • Pharmacophore

  • Pharmaceutical drugs

  • Chemical libraries

  • Drug-receptor interaction

  • Drug target identification

  • Molecular medicine

Track 5: Bioorganic Chemistry

Bioorganic chemistry is a branch of chemistry that combines organic chemistry and biochemistry. It deals with the study of biological processes using chemical methods. It involves the design, synthesis and evaluation of substrates, probes, and materials for the study of biological systems and principles. Bioorganic chemistry endeavours to improve organic-chemical researches (that's, structures, synthesis, also kinetics) toward biology.

  • Natural product chemistry

  • Lipid and peptide chemistry

  • Biophysical chemistry

  • Biomimetic chemistry

  • Bio-orthogonal chemistry

  • Biotransformation

Track 6: Chemical Biology

Chemical biology is the study of the chemicals and chemical responses included in biological processes, combining the disciplines of bioorganic chemistry, biochemistry, cell biology and pharmacology. The discipline includes the application of chemical procedures, analysis, and frequently small molecules produced through synthetic chemistry, to the study and control of biological systems. In contrast to biochemistry, this includes the study of the chemistry of biomolecules and regulation of biochemical pathways within and between cells, chemical biology deals with chemistry applied to science.

  • Chemistry-Biology interface

  • Cellular imaging

  • Molecular sensing

  • Chemical imaging

  • Proteomics

  • Structural biology

  • Chemical mechanisms of biological systems

  • Metalloenzymes

  • Simulation and modelling of biomolecules

Track 7: Combinatorial Chemistry

Combinatorial chemistry is a technique by which large numbers of different but structurally similar molecules are produced are rapidly and submitted for pharmacological assay. This technique uses the same reaction with the same reaction vessels to produce a large range of analogues

Combinatorial chemistry has a very wide range of applications. Researchers utilize combinatorial chemistry to make large populations of molecules that can be screened effectively. It provides a stimulus for robot-controlled and immobilization strategies that allow high throughput and multiple parallel approaches to drug discovery.

  • Conventional chemistry

  • Compound libraries

  • Biotechnology

  • Medicines derived from combinatorial chemistry

  • Deconvolution and Screening

Track 8: Computational Chemistry

Computational chemistry is a branch of chemistry that uses computer simulation to help in understanding and solving chemical issues. It uses strategies of theoretical chemistry (mathematical portrayal of chemistry), consolidated into effective computer programs, to determine the structures and properties of molecules and solids. There are two primary branches of computational chemistry: one is based on classical mechanics, and the other is based on quantum mechanics. Computational chemistry has become an important way to explore materials that are too challenging to discover or as well costly to buy. It further assists chemists to make expectations before running the real experiments so that they can be way better prepared for making observations.

  • Theoretical chemistry

  • Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

  • Cheminformatics

  • Biomolecular modelling

  • Synthetic biology

  • Genome analysis

  • Chemical and Molecular dynamics

  • Proteogenomics

  • Artificial intelligence

Track 9: Drug Discovery, Design and Development

Drug discovery and development are the complete methods of identifying a novel drug and bringing it to market. It includes a wide range of scientific disciplines combining biology, chemistry and pharmacology. The method of drug discovery includes a combination of numerous disciplines and interface beginning from a basic process of identifying an active compound. The discovery of a novel chemical entity that alters a cell or tissue function. Drug design includes the design of such molecules that are comparative to the biomolecular target site in shape and charge in order to bind to it. Drug development incorporates studies on microorganisms and creatures, clinical trials and eventually regulatory approval. The pharmaceutical formulation could be a portion of the drug development method. Drug delivery is the method of administering the drug or pharmaceutical product, in order to achieve the required therapeutic effect. Several drug delivery and drug targeted systems are developed, to reduce drug degradation, drug adverse effect, and to improve the drug bioavailability (sum of drug accessible at site targeted region).

Track 10: Environmental Chemistry

Environmental chemistry is the study of chemical processes that happen in water, air terrestrial and living environments, and the impacts of human activities on them. Environmental chemistry is an interdisciplinary science that incorporates air, aquatic and soil chemistry, as well as intensely depending on analytical chemistry and being related to environmental and other areas of science. Individuals in this field utilize math, biology, genetics, hydrology, engineering, toxicology, and a lot more to assist answer critical questions around our environment, the chemicals in that, and what part individuals play in all of this or how it impacts us as a result.

  • Climate change

  • Environmental engineering and management

  • Pollution control chemistry

  • Toxicological chemistry

  • Environmental biology

  • Environmental health

  • Environmental biotechnology and Molecular biology

Track 11: Food Chemistry

Food chemistry is the study of chemical processes and interactions of all biological also non-biological elements of foods. It is comparative to biochemistry in its primary components such as carbohydrates, lipids, and protein, but it also incorporates areas such as water, vitamins, minerals, chemicals, nourishment added substances, flavours, and colours. Food chemistry plays a significant role in assuring that the food processed is of high quality and safe for consumption. Understanding food chemistry helps us develop appropriate ways of handling food and also create good manufacturing practices.

  • Nutraceuticals

  • Food fortification

  • Food Biochemistry

  • Bioactive constituents

  • Food additives

  • Effects of processing

Track 12: Green Chemistry

Green chemistry can be defined as the principles that eliminate the use of a certain hazardous substance in the design, manufacture and the application of certain chemical products. Green chemistry acts as the bridge between the eco-friendly environment and the manufacturing of chemical products in a safe manner. The aim of green chemistry is to bring the zero hazardous waste at both the laboratory and the industrial scales. Design for energy efficiency, use of renewable feedstock and the analysis of pollution prevention are some of the basic principles of green chemistry.

Track 13: Medicinal Chemistry

Medicinal Chemistry is the intersection of chemistry, particularly synthetic organic chemistry, and pharmacology and various other biological specialities, where they are included with design, chemical synthesis and development for the market of pharmaceutical agents or bioactive molecules. Medicinal chemistry deals with the design, optimization and improvement of chemical compounds to utilize as drugs. It is a significant branch of chemistry because it directly relates to health care. It helps to develop even more effective drugs, minimize toxicity, and produce pharmaceutical in a cheap way.

  • Pharmacognosy

  • Veterinary and Human medicine

  • Toxicological studies

  • Rational drug design

  • Lead optimization

  • Synthesis of potential drug

Track 15: Molecular Biology

Molecular biology is the study of biology at a molecular level. The field covers with other regions of biology and chemistry, especially genetics and biochemistry. Molecular biology mainly involves itself with understanding the interactions between the different systems of a cell, including the interactions between DNA, RNA and protein biosynthesis, the transcription factor as well as learning how these interactions are regulated.

  • Biochemical genetics

  • Molecular cloning

  • Molecular engineering

  • Molecular modelling

  • PCR

  • Metabolomics

Track 15: Nanochemistry

Nanochemistry is the branch of science that includes the combination of nanoscience and the chemistry. Nanochemistry not only focuses on the atomic structure of the compounds besides it transforms the materials into the solution to solve the problem. The applications of Nanochemistry include carbon nanotubes (CNT), graphene and fullerenes which gains greater importance nowadays. Nano topography and nanolithography are some of the important terminologies in the field of nanochemistry.

  • Nanotechnology

  • Nanolithography

  • Nanotopography

  • Photochemistry

  • Nanomedicine

  • Nanomaterials

  • Nanoenzymes

Track 16: Organic Chemistry

Organic chemistry is one among the interesting field that deals with the study of structure, properties and reactions of the compounds that contain the carbon atoms. Organic chemistry mainly focuses on the material that contains the pool of compounds such as hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, silicon, sulfur, and phosphorus. Organic chemistry includes the mechanism of synthesis, kinetics and certain methods of purification such as chromatography and the structure determining techniques such as NMR and the X-ray crystallography. The rapidly emerging field bioorganic chemistry is the combination of organic chemistry and the biochemistry.

  • Organic chemistry in today’s life

  • Organic synthesis

  • Inorganic chemistry

  • Organo-metallic chemistry

  • Heterocyclic chemistry

  • Polymer chemistry

  • Organic chemical engineering

Track 17: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutical chemistry is the study of drug compounds that involves the drug development process. Pharmaceutical chemistry includes drug discovery, delivery, absorption, metabolism, distribution, and excretion, biomedical analysis, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics. Pharmaceutical chemistry mainly involves cures and remedies for disease, analytical techniques, pharmacology, metabolism, quality control (QC), quality assurance (QA) and drug chemistry. Pharmaceutical chemists are involved in the development and assessment of therapeutic compounds (drugs). The impact of pharmaceutical chemistry in the development of drug compounds is very high and advanced methods are now available for the development of the drug by using pharmaceutical chemistry are Molecular modeling based drug design system, Advanced organic synthesis techniques, In-vitro safety studies, Analytical method development, Metabolic stability studies and Screening of drug candidates and lead molecules.

  • Pharmaceutical science

  • Pharmacognosy

  • Pharmacology

  • Toxicology

  • Biopharmaceutics

  • Pharmacogenomics

Track 18: Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics

Pharmacokinetics is the quantitative analysis of drug movement in, through and out of the body. The intensity of the impact is related to the concentration of the drug at the site of activity. Pharmacokinetics also incorporates the study of the time course of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion. Pharmacodynamics is the study of the physiological and biological impact of drugs. The impact of a drug present at the site of accomplishment is determined by that drug’s binding to a receptor

  • Drug Administration- ADME

  • PK/PD models

  • Pharmacometrics

  • Drug action

  • Drug monitoring

  • Partition coefficient

  • Drug specificity

Importance & Scope

Bioorganic Medicinal 2019 is a unique forum to share and gain knowledge in the field of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. The main aim of this conference is to stimulate new ideas for the beneficial across the spectrum of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry.

There is a requirement to enhance, educate and upgrade the data and skills of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. At this prestigious event, the participants will expect participating sessions on trending topics besides featured teaching courses, poster sessions, and business symposiums. The global-renowned speakers from different geographic regions can share their valuable insights on the advancements in Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry.

Why Cape Town, South Africa?

Cape Town ranks third among the most populous urban areas in South Africa, after Johannesburg, and has roughly the same population as the Durban Metropolitan Area. It is also the provincial capital and primate city of the Western Cape. Cape Town is one of South Africa’s most historically important cities. It was here, in the Mother City, where the first European colonists set foot in South Africa—which also marked the beginning of the South African slave trade. It was home to perhaps the world’s most famous political prisoner—Nelson Mandela—who was held on the tiny Robben Island in Table Bay. 

As the seat of the National Parliament, it is also the legislative capital of the country. It forms part of the City of Cape Town metropolitan municipality. The city is famous for its harbour, for its natural setting in the Cape Floristic Region, as well as for such well-known landmarks as Table Mountain and Cape Point. As of 2014, it is the 10th most populous city in Africa and home to 64% of the Western Cape’s population. It is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflecting its role as a major destination for immigrants and expatriates to South Africa. The city was named the World Design Capital for 2014 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. In 2014, Cape Town was named the best place in the world to visit by both The New York Times and The Telegraph.

The best places to visit in Cape Town

Kruger National Park

This world-renowned park of nearly 2 million hectares features 16 ecosystems. Spot the Big Five on a 4x4 game drive or walking safari.

Garden Route

Known as South Africa’s Eden, the famous Garden Route traverses an area rich in natural beauty and charm, attracting adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts.


South Africa’s pulsating African heartbeat is felt in the ‘City of Gold’ with its endless opportunities for shopping, entertainment, freedom tours and eating out.

Robben Island

The island’s most famous prisoner, Nelson Mandela, has turned this institute of brutality into a symbol of the triumph of the human spirit over enormous hardship.

Wild Coast

Rugged and untamed, the Wild Coast offers deserted beaches, dolphins, horseback and hiking trails, cosy hotels, golf, gambling, mystical history, Xhosa heritage and the Hole-in-the-Wall.


In the course of the most recent decade, the industry's efficiency has been declining with rising R&D expenses and time is taken to achieve the market. Restorative science is characterized as an engaged science that is produced to cover an extensive variety of fields identified with recognizable proof, amalgamation and medication advancement for helpful applications. This science has advanced from therapeutic physicists concentrating on medication target or pathway at the top of the priority list and class of elaborative science driven procedures to the cutting edge age of high-throughput screening (HTS) libraries that are made by combinatorial science dependent on a couple of auxiliary qualifications crosswise over huge medication like platforms.

This change was required in light of a high whittling down rate in pre-clinical and brooding medication advancement thinks about as a result of prior techniques. While the essential errand of restorative scientific experts has not changed altogether over some undefined time frame, the computational instruments and synthetic compounds and points of view at their freedom or evacuation have progressed broadly.

The different instruments of restorative science are in silico displaying, structure-based medication plan (SBDD), near atomic field examination (CoMFA) or 3D QSAR strategy. Specifically, the part based medication configuration promisingly emerges as a result of generous enhancements in research and efficiency. One of the essential difficulties of medication disclosure is to plan a hearty medication that is both sheltered and successful in an extensive variety of the populace. The different medication planning types are structure-based medication structure, characteristic items based medication configuration, section based medication structure, and decent variety situated blend and chemogenomics.

Global Analysis

The drug discovery services market is required to an incentive at USD 7.45 Billion out of 2016 and anticipated to develop at a CAGR of 11.6% to achieve USD 14.40 Billion by 2022.

Drug discovery services market is generally utilized in legal sciences, paternity testing, calamity injured individual ID and humanities with DNA examination/profiling being a key device in this segment. The worldwide medication disclosure administrations showcase is relied upon to achieve USD 14.40 Billion by 2022 from USD 8.32 Billion of every 2017, at a CAGR of 11.6%. The main considerations driving the development of this market are expanding innovative work consumption, the tendency of real pharmaceutical organizations towards re-appropriating to stay away from obstacles, and expanding interest for re-appropriating of scientific testing and clinical preliminary administrations.

Regional Analysis

By locale, the drug discovery services market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW). The market is commanded by North America, trailed by Europe. Be that as it may, the Asia Pacific locale is relied upon to observe the most noteworthy development amid the conjecture time frame because of less stringent controls and conservative assembling costs.


Target Audience

  • Chemist
  • Researchers\Scientists
  • Pharmaceutical Industry Professionals
  • Academicians
  • Associations and Societies
  • Post-Doctoral Fellows
  • Young Researchers
  • Doctors
  • Government Agencies
  • Clinical Toxicologists
  • Clinical Pharmacologists
  • Education providers
  • Pharmacologists
  • Healthcare professionals Professors
  • Pharmacists
  • Pharmacy Technicians
  • Chemistry Specialists
  • Professors
  • Students




  • US Chemistry departments and association
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  • American Institute of Chemists
  • American Association for Clinical Chemistry
  • American Oil Chemists Society
  • Brazilian Chemical Association
  • Brazilian Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
  • Mexican Chemical Society
  • The Electrochemical Society
  • Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates


  • European Association for Chemical Sciences
  • European Association of Employed Community Pharmacists in Europe
  • European Chemical Society
  • European Pharmaceutical Union
  • New Swiss Chemical Society
  • Association of the Scientific Medical Societies in Germany
  • Austrian Pharmacological Society
  • Canadian Pharmacists Association
  • Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists
  • Chemical Institute of Canada; Czech Chemical Society
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  • Italian Chemical Society
  • Pan Africa Chemistry Network
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  • International Isotope Society
  • Swedish Chemical Society
  • Croatian Chemical Society
  • Danish Chemical Society
  • Estonian Chemical Society
  • Society of Chemical Industry 
  • The European Federation for Medicinal Chemistry
  • Hungarian Chemical Society
  • Institute of Chemistry of Ireland


  • Chinese-American Chemical Society 
  • Chinese Chemical Society
  • Chemical Research Society of India 
  • Chemical Society of Japan
  • Chemical Society of Thailand
  • Chemical Society of the South Pacific
  • Chinese Chemical Society
  • Chinese Pharmaceutical Association
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  • Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
  • Chemical Society of Vietnam
  • New Zealand Institute of Chemistry
  • The Korean Chemical Society
  • World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists
  • Institute of Chemistry, Ceylon


  • Kuwaiti Chemical Society
  • Chemical Information Professional associations serving Oman
  • Saudi Society for Clinical Chemistry
  • Saudi Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  • The Israel Chemical Society.




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  • Xiamen University
  • Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
  • Renmin University of China
  • East China Normal University
  • Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
  • University of Haifa

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