Our group develops organic luminescent molecules as probes and imaging tools for understanding fundamental biological processes associated with ageing and disease.
Our group use synthetic organic chemistry to make novel compounds for the treatment and prevention of disease.
I am interested in the design, synthesis and characterization of supramolecular systems.
Our group specializes in small molecule organic and inorganic synthesis for the generation and characterization of new compounds.
Our group examines the fundamental chemistry of a wide variety of systems (literally spanning the periodic table from beryllium to iodine) using both synthetic and computational approaches.
Our group uses biochemical- and cell biology-based techniques to investigate how vitamin A controls the development and maturation of sperm.
Our group use quantum-mechanical methods to understand enzyme mechanism, molecular mechanical methods to explore the dynamics of proteins, and a variety of tools to predict how molecules interact.
Our group investigates how cells in the nervous system receive and respond to signals from their environment.
Our group carries out research with the use of state-of-the-art computational quantum chemistry methods; using computers to solve chemical and biochemical problems.
Our group uses computational chemistry, AI, machine learning and evolutionary methods to design new molecules and materials for medical, aerospace, and energy applications.