Job$ in the Drug Indu$try

  • ID: 1767176
  • Book
  • 364 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This book is intended to help newly graduated chemists, particularly organic chemists, at all levels from bachelors to post-doctorates, find careers in the North American pharmaceutical industry. It will serve as a practical, detailed guiedbook for job seekers as well a reference work for faculty advisers, research supervisors, development officers, employment agents, and personnel managers in the industry. The book gathers in a single volume the fundamentals of getting an industrial job as a medicinal or process chemist, and covers all aspects of a chemist's job--scientific, financial, and managerial--within a pharmaceutical/biotechnology company. Other scientists looking for jobs as analytical or physical chemists and even biochemists and biologists will find the book useful. The valuable appendix is a unique compendium of 365 commercial, governmental, or non-profit institutions that comprise the North American pharmaceutical industry.

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ENTICEMENTS: WHY ORGANIC CHEMISTS WORK
IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

ELEMENTS OF DRUG DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT

JOBS IN THE DRUG INDUSTRY

DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENTAL CHEMICAL RESEARCH:
COMMON FEATURES

DISCOVERY RESEARCH: MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

CHEMICAL DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGE IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS

QUALIFYING AND SEARCHING FOR JOBS IN THE DRUG INDUSTRY

EVALUATING COMPANIES AND JOB OFFERS

APPENDIX A
Arthur C. Cope Award
ACS Award for Creative Work in Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Roger Adams Award in Organic Chemistry
The Ernest Guenther Award in the Chemistry
of Natural Products
Tetrahedron Prize for Creativity in Organic Chemistry
Herbert C. Brown Award for Creative Research
in Synthetic Methods
International Aspirin Prize for Solidarity through Chemistry

Geographical Index of the North American
Pharmaceutical Industry
Name Index of the North American
Pharmaceutical Industry
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Friary, Richard J.
Richard Friary, Ph.D., is a synthetic organic and medicinal chemist employed by the Schering-Plough Research Institute. This institute forms the discovery and development arm of a fully integrated multinational pharmaceutical company. The author's combined experience in this company and CIBA-Geigy (now part of Novartis) spans nearly 30 years.As a senior principal scientist, the writer is an accomplished chemical researcher who discovered a safe and effective drug that relieves psoriasis and dermatitis. He was instrumental in steering the experimental medicine to clinical trials in human beings and in developing it afterward. Dr. Friary is among the few chemists ever to have made a drug that entered clinical studies in human beings, and among fewer still whose drug passed clinical trials. Eighteen patents and 31 articles name him as an inventor and an author.Born in 1942, Richard Friary is a native of Biddeford, Maine, and a graduate of Colby (B.A., 1964) and Dartmouth Colleges (M.A., 1966) and of Fordham University (Ph.D., 1970). He is a veteran of the R. B. Woodward Research Institute in Basel, Switzerland, where he worked as a postdoctoral researcher from 1970 to 1973. There he learned medicinal chemistry by making cephalosporin C analogs as antibacterial agents, and organic synthesis through a total synthesis of prostaglandin F 2a. Only a few chemists ever wrote as many as two articles with the finest organic chemist of all time, the late R. B. Woodward, and Friary is one of them.
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