ChemPartner is one of the largest and most experienced chemistry research organizations in China. Our chemists have designed and synthesized millions of molecules for hundreds of organizations ranging from big pharma and biotechnology companies to academic, government, and not-for-profit institutions. A number of these molecules have contributed significantly to the clinical development pipelines of our biopharmaceutical partners, including an array of early-phase clinical candidates—the most recent entering Phase III clinical for a big pharma client.
Our team of chemists, based in multiple geographical sites in China and the US, have access to a full suite of state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation, cheminformatics, in-silico modeling, QSAR, property prediction, and structure-based design tools as well as compound and project management support. Our chemists can draw on these and other company-wide resources to move client projects forward as rapidly as possible.
Our laboratory facility in San Francisco, California includes a group of talented scientists with extensive pharmaceutical experience, including medicinal, synthetic, computational, and peptide chemistry. Working in close collaboration with the teams in China, scientists from our US site offer clients a value-added research service that enhances innovation as well as scientific and logistical project management.
ChemPartner excels at medicinal chemistry design, custom organic synthesis, and library synthesis as well as peptide, nucleoside, and natural product chemistry. We have experience in driving our clients’ projects independently or co-piloting with our clients’ in-house experts.
Our medicinal chemists also work closely with our internal biologists and DMPK colleagues to deliver on preclinical, integrated projects that have yielded multiple clinical candidates for our global clients. We pride ourselves on being flexible to match our strengths to our clients’ goals.
- Synthetic Chemistry
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Library Chemistry
- Peptide Chemistry
- Computer Aided Drug Design
- Analytical Service