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2004

 
The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan (PSJ) 125th Symposium: Recent developments of the process chemistry for drugs

March 30, 2005
Tokyo Big Sight
Organizer: Hiroshi Suemune (Kyusyu Univ.), Akihiko Miyadera (Daiichi Pharma)

<Invited Lectures>

  1. Toshihiko Naito
    (Eisai)

  2. Masayuki Murakami
    (Sankyo)

  3. Nobuyoshi Yasuda
    (Merck)

  4. Shigeru Noguchi
    (Daiichi)

  5. Yoshihiro Matsumura
    (Nagasaki Univ.)

 
JSPC 2004 Winter Symposium

December 3, 2004
13:00-17:00
Tower Hall Funabori
Organizer: Kunisuke Izawa (Ajinomoto), Kin-ichi Tadano (Keio Univ.)

<Invited Lectures>

  1. Yozo Todo
    (Toyama Chemical)

  2. Takashi Yanagi
    (Kissei)

  3. Kenichi Sakai
    (Yamakawa Pharma)

  4. Isao Shimizu
    (Waseda Univ.)

  5. Takashi Takahashi
    (Tokyo Insutitute of Technology)

 
JSPC 2004 Summer Symposium

July 115-16, 2004
Kyoto Terrsa
Organizer: Hidetsura Cho (Japan Tabacco), Kiyoshi Tomioka (Kyoto Univ.)

<Invited Lectures>

  1. A New Type of Chiral Ligands for Catalystic Asymmetric Reactions
    Tamio Hayashi
    (Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University)
    Chair: Kiyoshi Tomioka (Kyoto Univ.)

  2. Technological Develpment of FK960 (anti-dementia drug)
    -Approach to a personnelly and environmentally friendly process-
    Norio Hashimoto, Tetsuo Furutera, Hisayuki Baba, Atsushi Kanda, Takanori Kawai, Yoshihiko Tabuchi, Kooji Mukai, Kooji Kagara
    (Chemical Development Laboratories, Fujisawa Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.)
    Chair: Kokichi Yoshida (Takeda)

  3. Process Development of Solifenacine Succinate for the Treatment of Urinary Freaquency and Urinary Incontinence
    Masatoshi Inakoshi, Yusuke Ishii, Shunichi Nakagawa, Kouji Takaoka, Shuichi Sakamoto, Toshiyasu Mase
    (Chemical Technology Laboratories, Yamanouchi Phamaceutical Co., Ltd.)
    Chair: Toyonori Takebayashi (Sankyo)

  4. Makoto Hashima
    (Shionogi)
    Chair: Sakae Kobayashi (Wako)

  5. Control pf Characteristics of Crystals
    Hiroshi Ooshima
    (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University)
    Chair: Hidetsura Cho (Japan Tabacco)

  6. Process Research of a New Indole Anti-Spastic Agent
    Mamoru Miyazawa, Toshikazu Shimizu, Hiroyuki Chiba, Linda J. Brzezinski, Makoto Matsui, Hiroyuki Naka, Yoshio Urawa
    (Process Research Laboratories, Eisai Co., Ltd)
    Chair: Koji Kagara (Ohara)

  7. Development of Polymer Supported Catalyst in Process Chemistry
    Kazuo Shiraki
    (Chemical Products Research Laboratories, Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
    Chair: Kosaku Hirota (Gifu Pharmaceutical Univ.)

  8. Process Development of L-Carnosine Derivatives
    Hiroki Moriwaki, Nagahisa Yamaoka, Katsuyuki Hiraoka, Hiroshi Egawa, Shigekazu Takenaka
    (Reserch & Development Department, Hamari Chemicals, Ltd.)
    Chair: Kin-ichi Tadano (Keio Univ.)

  9. Process Development of Optically Active Pharmaceutical Intermediates
    Yoshiro Furusawa
    (Research Laboratories, Daiso CO., Ltd.)
    Chair: Manabu Noide

  10. New Reaction Systems for the Green Chemistry
    Tomoya Kitazume
    (Graduate School of Bioscience & Biotechnology, Tokyo Insutitute of Technology)
    Chair: Shigeru Soda (Eisai)

  11. Synthetic Process Development of Intermediates for Postease for Process Inhibitors
    Masanobu Yatagai
    (AminoScience Laboratories, Ajinomoto Co., Inc.)
    Chair: Hiroshi Suenune (Kyusyu Univ.)

  12. Process Research of a Canditate Compound in Considerarion of Outsourcing
    Kiminori Tomiimatsu
    (Chemical Development Laboratories, Takeda Chemical Industries, Ldt.)
    Chair: Toshiro Konoike (Shionogi)

<JSPC Award for Excellence 2003 Lecture>

  1. Process development of FK664: A potent cardiotonic agent
    Shunsuke Goto, Hiroyuki Tsuboi, Atsuo Yamanaka, Kouji Mukai, and Kooji Kagara
    (Chemical Development Laboratories, Fujisawa Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.))
    Chair: Tatsuzo Ukita (Tanabe)

  2. Process development of gastrointestinal ulser therapeutic agent S-0509
    Mikio Kabaki and Haruo Koike
    (Bulk Chemicals R & D Dept., Manufacturing Technolpgy R & D Laboratories, Shionogi & Co., Ltd.)
    Chair: Kunisuke Izawa (Ajinomoto)

  3. Environmental friendly mono-alkylation of aromatic amine derivatives
    Takashi Ikawa, Hironao Sajiki, and Kosaku Hirota
    (Gifu Pharmaceutical University)
    Chair: Yoo Tanabe (Kwansai Gakuin Univ.)
¡2004JSPC Award for Excellence>>


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2003

 
The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan (PSJ) 124th Symposium: Contemporary Needs in Process Chemistry

March 30, 2004
9:00-11:00
Hyatt Regency Osaka Hotel
Organizer: Yasuhiro Torisawa (Otsuka), Manabu Node (Kyoto Pharmaceutical Univ.)

<Invited Lectures>

  1. Masayuki Hattori
    (Nippon Shinyaku Co., Ltd.)

  2. Haruo Koike
    (Nichia Pharma)

  3. Masaaki Kudo
    (Nihon Nouyaku Co., Ltd)

  4. Kiyomi Kakiuchi
    (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)

  5. Tsutomu Ishii
    (Chiba Univ.)

 
JSPC 2003 Winter Symposium

December 2, 2003
Osaka Cent. Public Hall

<Invited Lectures>

  1. Mamoru Katougi
    (API Cooparation)

  2. Kazuhiro Tada
    (Sumitomo Seika Chemical Co., Ltd.)

  3. Kenji Inoue
    (Kanebuchi Chemical Industries)

  4. Noriaki Yoshimura
    (Kuraray Co., Ltd.)

 
JSPC 2003 Summer Symposium

June 30 - July 1, 2003
Tower Hall Funabori
Organizer: Sakae Kobayashi (Wako), Masakatsu Shibasaki (The Univ. of Tokyo)

<Invited Lectures>

  1. Practical Total Synthesis and Developments of Bioactive Compounds
    Kuniaki Tatsuta
    (Fucalty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University)

  2. Process research of E1010, a Novel Antibiotic
    Masanori Mizuno
    (Process Research Laboratories, Eisai Co., Ltd.)

  3. Toward Truly Efficient and Powerful Organic Synthesis
    Shu Kobayashi
    (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokyo)

  4. Process Research of Enantiomerically Pure (1R,2R)-2-Aminocyclohexanol by Enzymatic Preparation
    Hiromi Kawakubo, Seiji Takagi, Hironao Takada
    (Pharmaceutical Production & &Technology Center, AsahiKasei Cooporation)

  5. Process Research for Levofloxacin
    Koji Sato
    (Chemical Technology Research Laboratories, Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.)

  6. Process Development of Viracept, a Potent HIV Protease Inhibitor
    Takashi Inaba, Shoichi Sagawa, Hidetsura Cho, Itsuo Uchida, Jun-ichi Haruta
    ( Central Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Japan Tabocco, Inc.)

  7. Regeneration of Innovation-Oriented Economy and Japanese Fine Chemical Industry
    Mitsuaki Komoto
    (Director, Fine Chemicals Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry)

  8. Idea on Material Safety and Reaction Safety
    Masamitsu Tamura
    (Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo)

  9. Micro Chemical Engineering - Key Point Success-
    Kazuhiro Mae
    (Department of Chemical Engineering, Kyoto University)

<JSPC Award for Excellence 2002 Lecture>

  1. Synthesis of (R)-3-(2-aminopropyl)-7-benzyloxyindole, a key intermediate of antidiabetic AJ-9677, via optical resolution
    Masaya Ikunaka, Yoshito Fujima, Toru Inoue, and Keisuke Matsuyama
    (Nagase)
    Shiro Kato, Hiroshi Harada, and Akihito Fujii
    (Dainippon)

  2. Synthesis without protection: Total synthesis of optically active clavicipitic acids utilizing a reaction of free amino acid
    Yuusaku Yokoyama, Hidemasa Hikawa, Masaharu Mitsuhashi, Yasuhiro Hiroki, and Yasuoki Murakami
    (Toho Univ.)

  3. Study on the preparation of a chiral aminofuranone derivatives for antirheumatic agents
    Youichi Matsumoto, Takeshi Murakami, and Yuuki Takuma
    (API Corporation)
¡2003JSPC Award for Excellence>>


2002

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The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan (PSJ) 123rd Mini Symposium

March 24-29, 2003
Nagasaki
Organizer: Masahiko Yamaguchi (Tohoku Univ.), Toshiro Konoike (Shionogi)

<Invited Lectures>

  1. Kunio Satake
    (Pfizer)

  2. Muneto Mogi
    (Bayer)

  3. Koji Suzuki
    (Kyowa Hakko)

  4. Ilhyong RYU
    (Osaka Prefecture Univ.)

 
JSPC 2002 Winter Symposium

December 12, 2002
Tower Hall Funabori

<Invited Lectures>

  1. Takashi Adachi
    (Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.)

  2. Kazuyuki Akita
    (Daicel Cooporation)

  3. Katsuhiro Kobayashi
    (Sankyo)

  4. Yasuhiro Yoneda
    (Ube Industries Ltd.)

  5. Atsushi Onaka
    (The University of Tokyo)

 
JSPC 2002 Founding Symposium

July 4-5, 2002
Waseda University
Organizer: Takayuki Shioiri (Meijo Univ.)

<Keynote Lectures>

  1. Capability of Catalytic Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond-Forming Reaction
    Masakatsu Shibasaki
    (Graduate School of PharmaceuticalSciences, The University of Tokyo)
    Chair: Shigeru Soda (Eisai)

  2. The Challenge of Chriality in Process Research
    Ulf H. Dollong
    (Department of Process research, Merck Research Laboratories, Merck & Co.)
    Chair: Yoshihiro Matsumura (Nagasaki Univ.)
  3. Process Chemistry and Strategic Manufacturing of Drug Substance
    Toshiro Konoike
    (Manufacturing Technology R & D Laboratories, Shionogi & Co., Ltd.)
    Chair: Kuniaki Tatsuta (Waseda Univ.)

<Invited Lectures>

  1. The Role of Process Chemistry in Drug Development
    Ichiro Shinkai
    (Beta-Chem, Inc.)
    Chair: Toshiyasu Mase (Yamanouchi)

  2. Development of Practical Asymmetric Process Using Environmentally BenignChiral Phase Transfer Catalysts
    Keiji Maruoka
    (Graduate School of Sciences, Kyoto University)
    Chair: Kunisuke Izawa (Ajinomoto)

  3. Catalyzed C-C Bond Forming Reactions Using Organoboron Compounds
    Nario Miyaura
    (Division of Molecular Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University)
    Chair: Kokichi Yoshida (Takeda)

  4. Reevaluation of Some Name Reactions in the Process Research
    Yasuhiro Torisawa, Takao Nishi, J. Minamikawa
    (Pocess Research Laboratory, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.)
    Chai: Koji Kagara (Fujisawa)

  5. Application of Biocatalysis in API Process Chemistry
    Makoto Ueda
    (Mitsubishi Chamical Co., MCC-Group Science & Thechnology Research Center, Life Science Labo.)
    Chair: Kenichi Numanami (Tanabe)

  6. Process Research of Triasaacenaphtylene Derivatives
    Kiminori Tomimatsu, Tomomi Ikemoto, Mitsuhiko Wakkimasu
    (Chemical Development Laboratories, Takeda Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
    Chair: Sakae Kobayashi (Wako)

  7. New Methodologies for Automated Synthesis
    Jun-ichi Yoshida, Seiji Suga, Kenichiro Itami
    (Department of Synthetic Chemistry & Biological Chemistry, Kyoto University)
    Chair: Akihiko Miyadera (Daiichi)

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