Keele University

Medicinal Chemistry

Keele University
In Keele

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Typology PhD
Location Keele
Start Different dates available
  • PhD
  • Keele
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Description

Research in Medicinal Chemistry at Keele includes the design, synthesis, evaluation and use of biologically-active molecules with the potential for use as drugs in a clinical setting. Also included is the extraction, purification and characterisation of potential therapeutic agents from natural sources, particularly plants (a discipline often referred to as Pharmacognosy).
Medicinal chemistry is multidisciplinary in nature encompassing research in computation and informatics, synthetic organic chemistry, analytical science, clinical and analytical biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology, pharmaceutics and formulation science, and a wide range of other topics. Collaboration and translation are essential for drug discovery teams to be successful and medicinal chemists collaborate with other researchers from Keele University, other universities and institutions within the UK and internationally.
A wide range of research facilities and state-of-the-art equipment are available in purpose-built laboratories in the Huxley Building, the Lennard-Jones Laboratories, the Jack Ashley Building and the Guy Hilton Research Centre (Hartshill, Hospital site).

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Keele (Staffordshire)
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Keele University, ST5 5BG

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What you'll learn on the course

Medicinal Chemistry
Pharmacology
Biochemistry
Biology

Course programme



Medicinal Chemistry Dr. Tony Curtis; Dr. Wen-Wu Li; Dr. Mike Edwards; Dr. Russell Pearson; Dr. Frank Rutten; Dr Tess Phillips; Dr Matthew O'Brien
Analytical Biochemistry Dr. Wen-Wu Li
Pharmacology Dr. Paul Horrocks; Dr Alan Richardson; Dr Ruoli Chen;
Pharmaceutics Dr. Clare Hoskins; Dr. Gary Moss; Dr Jihong Han; Dr David Morgan
Proteomics Dr Sarah Hart; Professor Trevor Greenhough
Structural biology Professor Trevor Greenhough; Dr. Annette Shrive
Glycobiology Dr. Mark Skidmore

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