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Michael Lynch Laboratory (RC-323)
Regent Court (IS)
I graduated with my MChem with Industrial Placement Year from Newcastle University in 2017.
Title: "Data mining for lead optimisation"
The aim of this project is to develop a tool that summaries data generated in the lead optimisation stage of drug discovery.
The tool should help tackle the cost and complexities of the drug discovery process by helping medicinal chemists make better decisions quicker thereby hopefully creating successful drugs quicker and cheaper.
The project will be looking into producing a new visualisation that will be able to demonstrate the areas of chemical space that has been worked in, whilst also showing where the next areas of chemical space exploration should be and why this is of interest.
Funding and awards
2015 - Placement Scholarship - RSC and MedChemica
2017 - PhD Scholarship - ESPRC and GSK
- Triazatruxene : a rigid central donor unit for a D-A3 thermally activated delayed fluorescence material exhibiting sub-microsecond reverse intersystem crossing and unity quantum yield via multiple singlet-triplet state pairs. Advanced Science, 5(6). View this article in WRRO
- The role of solid state solvation on the charge transfer state of a thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitter. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 5(42), 11001-11009.