Epichem Pty Ltd

Epichem undertakes custom synthesis and contract research in medicinal chemistry and drug discovery. It also produces a wide range of pharmaceutical impurities and degradants. The company was formed in 2003 and is headquartered in Perth, Western Australia with a smaller operation in Melbourne. The company has a strong focus on parasitic diseases and especially neglected diseases such as trypanosomiasis.

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