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CRUK PhD Training Programme in Medicinal Chemistry, Third Annual Student Symposium

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Rebecca Myers.

This is a free symposium, but please contact the organiser should you wish to attend as numbers are limited. Registration by email is compulsory.

Guest Speakers
  • DNA Damage-activated Kinases as Cancer Therapeutic Targets Prof Roger J. Griffin School of Chemistry, Northern Institute for Cancer Research
  • Chemists and the Drug Discovery and Development Process Dr Martin Swarbrick, Cancer Research Discovery Laboratories, Cambridge
  • The Role of Pharmacologists in Cancer Drug Development Prof Duncan Jodrell, Professor of Cancer Therapeutics, Department of Oncology
  • Fragment-Based Methods for Drug Discovery Prof Chris Abell, Professor of Biological Chemistry, Department of Chemistry

Student Talks

  • Synthesis of Cyclopamine and Analogues
  • The Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Uncinatone – A Member of the Abietane Diterpenoid Class of Small Molecules
  • Fragment-Based Approach to the Discovery of Polo-Box Domain Binding Inhibitors of Polo-like Kinase-1
  • Destroying Tumour Vasculature: Marine Natural Products as Starting Points for Drug Discovery
  • Combating Chemoresistance in Glioblastoma: Interaction of Small Molecules with the Direct Reversal DNA Repair Pathway
  • Augmenting Ligand Efficiency: Exploiting the Properties of Heavy Metals in Medicinal Chemistry
  • Disrupting Cellular Microtubules: Synthesis and Biological Investigation of Bromotyrosine Derived Natural Products as Potential Anticancer Agents
  • Investigation of the Effect of Small Molecules on Chromatin Modification
  • The Development of Novel Targeted Imaging Agents
  • The Biological Response of Caspase-4 to Tumour Necrosis Factor-α
  • Chemical Targeting of Kinases in Drug Resistant Prostate Cancer
  • Investigating the Interaction Between the Pluripotency Lin-28 and the microRNA (miRNA) Let-7

This talk is part of the CRUK Graduate Training Programme in Medicinal Chemistry series.

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