Crystallization of Biological Molecules
We are developing new nanomaterials and technologies (including high-throughput methods) for producing crystals that are pivotal to the structure determination of biological molecules at atomic resolution.
These underpin rational drug design, the understanding of biochemical mechanisms and other biotechnological applications.
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Professor of Biomedical Sciences, Department of Surgery and Cancer, Faculty of Medicine
Research interests is structural biology and structural genomics/proteomics.
Professor of Materials Chemistry with the Nanostructured Materials and Devices Research Section, Department of Chemistry
Research focuses on the synthesis and applications of high aspect nanomaterials, particularly carbon nanotubes and graphenes, but including systems based on titania, zinc oxide, and layered double hydroxides. These materials are processed into hierarchical assemblies and composites for structural and functional applications
Research Associate of the protein crystallisation group in Computational and Systems Medicine