Our Division undertakes pioneering research in the basic and biomedical sciences, aimed at understanding biological processes, and applied research in the areas of target identification, bioassay development and drug discovery.
The Division brings together expertise in molecular and cell biology, synthetic medicinal and computational chemistry, structural biology and bioscience, which we apply in an integrated manner to basic questions in gene regulation, molecular recognition, disease target identification and ultimately to the design of molecular probes and molecules with potential therapeutic applications.
Head of Division: Dr Michael Stocks
Divisional Research Assistant: Jane Doughty
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The multidisciplinary research activities undertaken within the Biomolecular Science and Medicinal Chemistry Division fall within five key areas: Gene Regulation and RNA Biology, Biomolecular Sciences, Computational Modelling and Informatics, Structural Biology and Medicinal Chemistry; combining to provide a unique multidisciplinary environment focused on the development of new treatments for many different diseases.
University of Nottingham: Managed Compound Collection
GSK3β-SCFFBXW7α mediated phosphorylation and ubiquitination of IRF1 are required for its transcription-dependent turnover. Nucleic Acids Research, 2019
Alkylation of Staurosporine to Derive a Kinase Probe for Fluorescence Applications ChemMedChem. 2016 11(9), 972-979
CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing and super-resolved live cell imaging to study the extracellular microenvironment at the single molecule level - International PhD studentship available
Proteases in the ubiquitin system – from molecular mechanisms to the development of novel inhibitors - International PhD studentship available
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