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Synthetic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in London

We have 13 Synthetic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in London

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We have 13 Synthetic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in London

Trifluoromethylation using Copper-based Reagents and Catalysts (co-funded by Syngenta)

The late-stage incorporation of fluorine into drug or agrochemical targets is highly desirable due to the unique pharmacological properties conferred by fluorine such as enhanced lipophilicity, bioavailability, and metabolic stability. Read more

Dual Catalytic C–H Alkylation: An automated approach to reaction discovery (co-funded by AstraZeneca)

This research will develop the palladium-catalysed alkylation of C–H bonds using alcohols as the alkylating reagent. C–H functionalisation promises significant advantages in the construction of complex molecules avoiding pre-functionalisation. Read more

Re-imagining Peptide Synthesis

This PhD studentship is part of a programme of work (approx. £9M total) funded by Eli Lilly and Company (US) and EPSRC “Transforming synthetic drug manufacturing. Read more

Synchrotron radiation based studies of Functional materials

Supervisors. Prof Gopinathan Sankar (UCL) and Tim Hyde (Johnson Matthey PLC). A 3 year PhD studentship is available in the Department of Chemistry, University College London, which will commence in September 2021. Read more

Design and synthesis of novel iron chelators as a therapy for thalassaemia patients.

Iron overload can be a huge issue for people coping with thalassaemia. This project will involve the synthesis of novel ion chelators that are effective and ultimately exhibit less side-effects of existing treatments. Read more

Synthesis and Anti-Cancer Evaluation of New Heterocyclic Quinones

The group has published on small molecules with specificity towards hypoxic cells associated with solid tumours, reductase enzymes over-expressed in cancer, as well as, aziridines that induce hypersensitivity from Fanconi anaemia cells and those carrying mutations in the BRCA (Breast Cancer Susceptibility) genes. Read more
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