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James Wells receives the Bristol-Myers Squibb Smissman Award

James Wells, PhD, chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF School of Pharmacy, has been honored with the 2011 Bristol-Meyer Squibb Smissman Award. The Smissman Award calls attention to a senior scientist whose work has had a substantial impact on the intellectual and theoretical development of medicinal chemistry. Wells is known for the discovery and design of small molecules that trigger or modulate cellular processes. MoreJames Wells receives the Bristol-Myers Squibb Smissman Award

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Bristor-Meyer Squibb Smissman Award
medicinal chemistry
small molecules
American Chemical Society
ACS
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James Wells

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