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Studies of complex biomolecular systems using advanced biochemical and biophysical techniques

The project, led by. Associate Professors Mehdi Mobli. and. Jeffrey Harmer. , aims to develop new tools to reveal the structure and dynamics of complex protein systems within their native environment by combining innovative biochemistry, new magnetic resonance spectroscopy and high performance computing. Read more

3D Printing in the Preclinical space vs. Late Development

3D Printing (3DP) provides many advantages for preclinical drug product development as a wide dose range can easily be manufactured/printed, multiple prototypes can be manufactured quickly, adjusting release profiles and drug product geometries. Read more

Laser Spectrometry Development for Isotopic Analysis in Environmental and Medical Applications

Summary. This is a fully-funded PhD opportunity based at NPL (London) that will investigate and establish laser spectrometry for measurement of stable isotope ratios and radiocarbon in carbon dioxide and methane, relevant for environmental monitoring and drug discovery applications. Read more

Medicinal Chemistry Project: Synthesis of novel small molecules for the potential treatment of the asbestos induced lung cancer mesothelioma

The Project. In developing a new therapeutic agent, there are two questions to address. how to get the potential drug to the specific site in the body where it is needed and second, does it do what we want it to do at the target site and without undesirable side effects. Read more

Cardiac modelling allows us to understand how healthy and diseased hearts work.

Heart failure is the inability of the heart to efficiently deliver oxygen around the body. Heart failure affects more than 26 million people worldwide. It has multiple causes, including hypertrophic heart, enlarged compartments, etc, when the heart can’t adequately pump and deliver blood and oxygen around the body. Read more

Selective drug uptake by cell surface transporters

Cell surface transporters and not diffusion is responsible for the transfer of metabolites across a cell’s membrane. Many types of drugs are structurally very similar to natural metabolites and as a consequence they are treated by the cell as though they are the natural homologue. Read more

Development of peptide hydrogel as an anticancer drug carrier

Growth in nanotechnologies can now be exploited to enable engineering of new drug delivery systems for enhancing the entrapment of drugs in nano-sized structures with tailored physical properties to suit therapeutic need. Read more

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