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Newsletters ] Corwin Hansch Award ]   

bullet Corwin Hansch, Honorary Chair of the Society and emeritus faculty member at Pomona College, passed away on May 8, 2011, after a long bout with pneumonia.

bullet Al Leo turns 85! Happy birthday Al from all the Society members. See Al's wonderful short biography in his book about Yosemite.

bullet The 2010 Hansch Award recipient is Ismael Zamora, Lead Molecular Design SL and the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.
 
bullet The 2009 Hansch Award recipient is Holger Gohlke of the Heinrich Heine University in Duesseldorf.
 
bullet The 2008 Hansch Award recipient is Heather A. Carlson of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
 
bullet The 2007 Hansch Award goes to Andrew Hopkins of Pfizer Global Research and Development, Sandwich, Kent, UK.
 
bullet Dr. Martyn Ford of the Centre for Molecular Design, University of Portsmouth, passed away on June 7, 2007 after a long illness. Martyn made significant contributions to the QSAR and Modelling community over many years and was co-chair of the 2002 EuroQSAR Symposium. Martyn's funeral took place on June 18, at the Isle of Wight Crematorium, Station Lane, Whippingham, East Cowes.
   
bullet Our Society has changed the name to The Cheminformatics and QSAR Society.
 
bullet The 2006 Hansch Award goes to Jordi Mestres of the Municipal Institute of Medical Research and University Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona.
  
bullet CoEPrA 2006: Comparative Evaluation of Prediction Algorithms opens April 17, 2006.
   
bullet Jarmo Huuskonen, an active member of the Society, died on June 11, 2005.
  
bullet Dr. Philip S. Magee Jr., one of the founding members and the first chair of the Society (1990-1995) died on June 27, 2005 after a brief battle with cancer.
    
bullet Hugo Kubinyi was selected to receive the 2006 Skolnik Award of the American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Information.
     
bullet Yvonne C. Martin received the 2005 Accomplishment Award of The Society for Biomolecular Screening.
      
bullet The 2005 Hansch Award goes to Matthias Rarey.
   
bullet The 2004 Newsletter is available as an Acrobat file (to be read by free Acrobat Reader). The file size is about 1.0 MB.
      
bullet Older Newsletters (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) are provided for archival purposes. Some information may be outdated.
 
bullet More information about the Hansch Awards can be found here.
   
bullet History items are sought for posting in the About/History section.  If you own materials from QSAR-related events that you want to share, contact the site manager.
   
bullet Suggestions for improvement of the Society's web-site including the update (addition or removal) of links in the Resources section should be forwarded to the site manager. Help create a site that will be useful for all members.

Last updated: May 12, 2011

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