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Latest Pharmaceutical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 34 Latest Pharmaceutical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Enabling antibiotics discovery by targeted protein degradation

In response to the critical need of novel antibiotic development approaches, our lab aims at establishing targeted protein degradation (TPD) technology in pathogenic bacteria. Read more

Unlocking intractable drug targets through rational discovery of Molecular Glue Degraders

The majority of high-value drug targets lack a conventional druggable active site and are considered intractable to traditional small molecule drugs (also termed ‘undruggable’), leading to massive investment in alternative drug modalities. Read more

Chemically Modified Therapeutic Nucleic Acids for Neurological Diseases

Supervisory Team:  Afaf El-Sagheer and Matthias Baud. Project description. Therapeutic oligonucleotides are unique in targeting mRNA particularly those that cannot be addressed by conventional small molecule drugs or therapeutic antibodies, their potential is growing fast. Read more

Discovery and engineering of reductase enzymes for the biocatalytic production of pharmaceutical relevant amines

Supervisor. Dr Michele Crotti. Application deadline. 15th March 2024. Start date. September 2024. UCL Chemistry Department is offering a fully funded studentship to a highly motivated candidate to start in October 2024. Read more

Preclinical Cytotoxic Evaluation of Metallo-Helicates and Metallo-Cages

This project will involve the synthesis of polydentate N-donor ligands that upon coordination to different dicationic transition metal ions will form a series of self-assembled species such as helicates, cages, clusters, and grids. Read more

Cyclopropenones for Natural Product Synthesis

Plants and fungi produce a very wide range of organic molecules, many of which have interesting biological roles and properties giving them potential uses as medicines. Read more

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