February 2017: Making Medicines More Sustainably

Making Medicines More Sustainably: Efforts of the Green Chemistry Institute Pharma Roundtable (GCIPR)
Dr. Stefan Koenig
Date: Wednesday February 15, 2017, 6 – 9 PM
Location: Michael’s at Shoreline Park, Mountain View, CA

Abstract
The ACS Green Chemistry Institute Pharma Roundtable (GCIPR) was founded in 2005 to bring committed pharmaceutical companies together to help the industry become more efficient and reduce its environmental footprint. The presentation will provide an introduction to the GCIPR as well as an overview of ongoing activities in making the discovery and development of medicines a more sustainable enterprise.

Biography
Stefan Koenig is Co-chair of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Green Chemistry Institute Pharma Roundtable (GCIPR) as well as a member of the International Consortium for Innovation and Quality in Pharmaceutical Development (IQ Consortium) and ACS. He is a process chemist at Genentech, where he has contributed to both early and late research and development projects. Stefan received his Ph.D. from Yale University and was a post-doc at the ETH Zurich prior to embarking on his career in industry.

Seminar Making Medicines More Sustainably: Efforts of the Green Chemistry Institute Pharma Roundtable (GCIPR)
Date Wednesday February 15, 2017
Cost Regular participant: $30
Students: $15
Time 6:00 Social Hour
7:00 Dinner
8:00 Presentation
Location Michael’s at Shoreline Park, Mountain View, CA
Meal options Breast of Chicken with Herb Butter Sauce
Grilled Vegetable Brochette


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