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September 23, 2014

Diederich to Give Bohlmann Lecture

Diederich to Give Bohlmann LectureCongratulations to François Diederich (ETH Zürich), who will be giving this year's Bohlmann Lecture at the Technische Universität Berlin in November. Diederich is a member of ChemMedChem's International Advisory Board, and recently reported on small-molecule inhibitors of trypanothione reductase.


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