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Biophysical methods in small molecule drug discovery

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Dr Stanislava Panova

Astex Pharmaceuticals, Senior Research Associate


Stanislava Panova, PhD, is a senior research associate in the Molecular Sciences group at Astex Pharmaceuticals, Cambridge UK. She has studied biophysics in Lomonosov Moscow State University, where she has first been introduced to biomolecular NMR spectroscopy. She has earned her PhD from the University of Manchester in 2017 in the group of Prof Jon Waltho, her research delved into applying NMR spectroscopy methods to study inter and intramolecular interactions in proteins, intrinsically disordered proteins in particular. Transitioning to Astex in 2018, Stanislava assumed the role of a research associate, contributing her expertise to support early-stage drug discovery initiatives by applying biophysical methods. Currently her work focuses on optimizing the integration of NMR methods into the drug discovery pipeline.

Venue: Level 2 Seminar Room

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