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Chemical Biology Research at Warwick


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Industrial Biotechnology

Sustainable production of agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and biomaterials

Why Chemical Biology?

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Chemistry is the language of biology and is at the forefront of modern life science and medicine

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Natural Product Biosynthesis

Understanding how nature creates structurally-complex bioactive molecules
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Drug Discovery

Novel antibiotic, anticancer and anti-inflammatory compounds
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Polymer Therapeutics

Using polymer conjugates for drug delivery and nanomedicine
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Biocatalysis

Mechanistic enzymology, exploiting enzymes in synthesis
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Bioinorganic Chemistry

Metals in living systems: Metalloenzymes, Iron homeostatis, Metallomics

Blindauer, Bugg, Challis, Deeth, Sadler

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Biophysical Chemistry

Advanced techniques for characterising biological systems
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Biomolecular Simulation

Modelling the molecules, interactions & processes of living systems

Cheung, Deeth, Notman, M Rodger

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BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership - MIBTP

Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP) Warwick-led PhD centre in food security, industrial biotechnology, interdisciplinary bioscience
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Joining Us

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PhD and MSc applications Career vacancies via jobs.ac.uk

Barrow, Becer, Blindauer, Bon, Bugg, Challis, Chaplin, Cheung, Clark, Corre, Costantini, Deeth, Dixon, Dove, Fox, Gibson, Haddleton, Hatton, Jones, Lewandowski, Macpherson, Notman, O'Connor, O'Reilly, A Rodger, M Rodger, Rourke, Sadler, Scott, Shipman, Stavros, Taylor, Tosin, Troisi, Unwin, Walton, Wills

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