Kelly Chibale interview on Expresso
Prof Kelly Chibale visited Brazil and gave two talks at the 11th International Congress of Pharmaceutical Sciences on the 16th and 18th November.
The 19th RSC / SCI Medicinal Chemistry Symposium was held 10 -13 September 2017 at Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
Prof Kelly Chibale presented a Plenary lecture at the 1st Molecules Medicinal Chemistry Symposium held at the University of Barcelona on 8 September 2017.
PhD student, Peter Mubanga Cheuka graduated from the Next Generation Scientist program, a 3 month intensive internship program for talented and motivated scientists from emerging countries hosted by Novartis and the University of Basel in Switzerland in 2017.
Watch a Novartis social media promotional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AmPH-sg0xA&list=PL6YfpI0VEjhv59J6OIZ9DmEh5SSF-X_N0&index=2
Mathew Njoroge, a ex PhD Student from the KC research group recently returned from a Chemistry themed meeting in Lindau, Germany where, together with other young scientists, he met and fostered relationships with Nobel Laureates
Planet Earth Institute (PEI), #ScienceAfrica UnConference “Big Ideas for Africa: Celebrating the Continent’s Science and Technology Pioneers.”
Kelly Chibale has been recognized as one of the most highly prolific authors for the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry on the American Chemical Society (ACS) Journal Stars website (http://journalstars.acs.org/).
The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) congratulated Profs Andre Khenge, Bongani Mayosi, Kelly Chibale and Quarraisha Karim as leading scientists who demonstrate the value of Science.
A Gordon Research Conference (GRC) and Seminar 'Tuberculosis Drug Discovery and Development' were held 24 - 30 June 2017 at the Renaissance Tuscany II Ciocco resort, Lucca, Barga, Italy and were attended by PhD students Amanda Mabhula and Paul Njaria, along with Prof Kelly Chibale.
PhD student Razan Hassan Ahmed was selected to attend the OWSD Regional Workshop “Bridging the gap between research and publications: challenges and opportunities" in Sudan in April 2017.
Keystone Symposium 'Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication (B5)' was held 19 - 23 February 2017 at the Speke Resort & Conference Centre in Kampala, Uganda and attended by Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Malkeet Kumar, PhD student Godfrey Mayoka and by Prof Kelly Chibale, who presented an invited lecture..