Short Course: “Heterocyclic Chemistry – A Drug-Oriented Approach”

Interested in having a short course on Heterocyclic Chemistry at your company?

In late 2011, I put together a new two-day short course entitled “Heterocyclic Chemistry – A Drug-Oriented Approach” to present at companies.  In a nutshell, it’s an intensive, preparatively-oriented course on the synthesis of the types of molecules encountered in the pharma and agricultural endeavors.  There is a heavy focus on practical, proven methodology that people actually use.  I keep it updated with lots of current chemistry.

Beyond the two days of instruction at your company, participants are left with a great resource:  A book of over 500 slides of information, nicely organized, well-referenced, and containing many specifics on the best ways to make heterocycles.

I’m booking courses for 2013 and early 2014.  Learn more by checking out the course web site, where you’ll find more on what the course covers.  You can also download a two-page summary of the course to pass around to your colleagues.  If you know of other chemists who might be interested in the course, I’d appreciate passing this along.  You can reach me at will at pearsonchemsolutions dot com.

Sample Slides:

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2 responses to “Short Course: “Heterocyclic Chemistry – A Drug-Oriented Approach””

  1. Puneet Barmola says :

    I am fascinated by the course content but could not attend the course due to some reasons. Is there any other option of getting course by post( text or dvd ) or any other suitable mode?

    • Will Pearson says :

      Thanks for your interest. Unfortunately, I do not offer other options for taking the course. I may offer a distance learning option in the future, and I’ll let you know if that happens.

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