Professor Jürgen Bajorath receives the inaugural Fujita Award 2016

Professor Jürgen Bajorath has received the inaugural 2016 Fujita Award of the Hansch-Fujita Foundation, USA for "life-time contributions in the field of cheminformatics, applied to virtual screening, chemical similarity, immunology, and drug discovery". The winner is selected from a poll of nominees, of age 45 years and beyond, who are recognized senior investigators in the field of chemoinformatics and Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships (QSAR) research. The award is named after Professor Toshio Fujita of Kyoto University, a pioneer in the QSAR field together with the late Professor Corwin Hansch. The award ceremony was held on September 7 at the 21st European Symposium on Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship (EuroQSAR) 2016 Congress in Verona.

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