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Books and Papers - 1 - Walter Sneader

Some of the best books on the history of drug discovery have been written by Walter Sneader of University of Strathclyde. Recently I came across a copy The Evolution of Modern Medicine for only $1 in the excellent Strand Books on Broadway, NYC. Of particular interest is the phylogeny of key drug series. Here are the references in the old-school refer format. %D 1985 %A Walter Sneader %B The Evolution of Modern Medicines %I John Wiley & Sons %O ISBN 978-0471904717 %D 1986 %A Walter Sneader %B Drug Development: From Laboratory to Clinic %A John Wiley & Sons %O ISBN 471-91116X %D 1996 %A Walter Sneader %B Drug Prototypes And Their Exploitation %I John Wiley & Sons %O ISBN 978-0471948476 %D 2005 %A Walter Sneader %B Drug Discovery: A History %I WileyBlackwell %O ISBN 978-0471899808

Details for recruitment of ChEMBL positions available online

Some job adverts are available on the EMBL website. I will expand this post a little more later with links to each of the individual ChEMBL positions. Group Coordinator Senior Data Integration and Development Officer Scientific Application Developer Chemical Content Curator 2 Web Application Developers Closing dates for application are in the links above.