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General

I became a lecturer in pharmaceutical sciences in the Aston School of Pharmacy in 1999. Prior to that I had undertaken postdoctoral research in synthetic chemistry at Bonn and Aston as well as nearly six years working for a contract research company. My research interests have broadened out from synthetic chemistry to include molecular modelling and drug design. The current focus is on the design and synthesis of antimicrobial compounds, tissue transglutaminase inhibitors and the application of computational methods to pharmaceutical formulations.

Research Interests

  • Design, synthesis and screening of libraries of new antimycobacterial compounds
  • Computer aided drug design
  • Molecular recognition in fluorescent imprinted polymers and their use as sensors and receptor mimics
  • Design and synthesis of transglutaminase inhibitors

Teaching Activity

Aston Pharmacy School MPharm course: Chemical aspects of pharmacy.

Various MSc courses: Drug design and drug discovery.

Undergraduate biology and biochemistry  courses: Chemistry for biology

Qualifications

PhD (Chemistry, Warwick University, 1987)

BA (Chemistry, St Edmund Hall, Oxford University)

Contact Details

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 204 4002

Room: MB357D

Email: D.L.Rathbone@aston.ac.uk

Keywords

  • QD Chemistry
  • Molecular modelling
  • Drug design
  • Antimicrobial compounds
  • Transglutaminase inhibitors
  • Chemical synthesis

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