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User:Konrad F. Koehler

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Education: B.S. Degree, Chemistry, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1976-1980 Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1980-1985 Post-Doctoral, Organic Chemistry, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 1985-1986

Work Experience: Research Scientist, Computer Aided Drug Design & Medicinal Chemistry Searle R&D, Skokie, IL (since purchased by Pfizer), 1987-1996 IRBM, Pomezia, Italy (now part of Merck & Co.), 1996-1998 Karo Bio, Stockholm, Sweden, 1998-2005 Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Hannover, Germany, 2006 - present

Current areas of interest: nuclear hormone receptors, medicinal chemistry, computer-aided drug design, programming



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