Annual Awards '99 << Back

  1. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award '99
    • Atsushi Ichikawa (Kyoto University)
      Biochemical Studies of the Prost
    • aglandin Receptors and Histidine Decarboxylase
    • Kenzo Kurihara (Hokkaido University)
      Molecular Mechanism of Chemical Senses
    • Masakatsu Shibasaki (The University of Tokyo)
      Studies on New Catalytic Asymmetric Reactions and Efficient Organic Syntheses
    • Tadashi Watabe (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science)
      Molecular Toxicological Studies on Metabolically Formed Reactive Intermediates

  2. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award for Divisional Scientific Contribution '99
    • Katsuhiko Iseki(Daikin Industries, Ltd.)
      Development of New Asymmetric Reactions Focusing on Chiral Fluoroorganic Compounds
    • Tadashi Miyasaka (Showa University)
      Investigation of New Chemical Reactions on Natural Products to the Development of New Medicinals --- Irinotecan Hydrochloride and Emivirine
    • Sachiko Oh-ishi (Kitasato University)
      Inflammatory Reaction and Chemical Mediators

  3. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award for Young Scientists '99
    • Hidehito Urata (Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
      Effect of Chirality of Ribose on Nucleic Acid Structure and Function
    • Akira Otaka (Kyoto University)
      Development of New Deprotecting Methodologies for Peptides and Applications to Studies on Signaling Mechanism
    • Tetsuya Kajimoto (Showa University)
      Synthesis of Carbohydrate Related Compounds by Using Aldolase Catalyzed Reactions
    • Hideki Sakai (Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University)
      A Cytoprotective Chloride Channel in Gastric Parietal Cells
    • Shigeki Sano (The University of Tokushima)
      Development of Highly Selective Reactions Utilizing Heteroatoms and Its Application to Medicinal Chemistry
    • Sachiko Tsukamoto (The University of Tokyo, Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biosicences )
      Natural Products Which Regulate Larval Metamorphosis of Sessile Marine Organisms
    • Makoto Nakajima (Hokkaido University)
      Synthesis and Applications f Novel Biaryl Compounds with Axial Chirality as Catalysts in Enantioselective Reactions
    • Makoto Murakami (Showa University)
      Functional Coupling of the Biosynthetic Enzymes Involved in Arachidonic Acid Metabolism

  4. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award for Drug Research and Development '99
    • Hideo Ishitsuka et al. (Nippon Roche K.K. Nippon Roche Research Center)
      Drug Discovery of the Anticancer Drug Capecitabin

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