A PhD positions is available in our lab in the context of a Marie Curie Innovative Training Network (ALLODD). Applications from MSc students finishing their Bioinformatics (or related) are particularly welcome. The ALLODD project is a collaboration between 13 academic and industrial organizations with 14 PhD students in total. The aim of ALLODD is to […]

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Serena has successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled ‘Molecular recognition and chemical space navigation in drug discovery’. In her thesis she has developed a very successful fragment evolution platform and applied it to discover new BRD4 ligand scaffold. She also investigated the very interesting case of the hydrophobic waters hotspot, and the implication of this […]

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Moira successfully defended her thesis entitled “Fragment-to-Lead Optimization with Automated and Iterative Virtual Screening”. Her Fragment Evolution Automated platform (FrEvolAtion) has shown to be a powerful tool for Fragment-based Drug Discovery and her results finding binders for the NUDT1, BRD4, HSP90 and other kinases thoroughly validate the reach of the methodology. We hope you have […]

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Today, Maciej successfully defended his thesis entitled ‘Implications of Structural Stability in Drug Design’. His work on understanding structural stability (1) and broadening its applicability towards drug design (2) has impulsed the research line in the group. We hope the best on your future projects. Congratulations Dr. Majewski!!!

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Next Tuesday 14th of January most members of the group will be attending the Biomedicine’s Phd Day at UB. Salvo will also be giving a talk about his work with FBW7 at 10:45 in the Aula 11. Miriam will also be presenting her poster about ẗhe E3 ligase.

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