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We are a computational chemistry group based in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK.    We develop theory, simulation and informatics methods to study the behaviour of biochemical systems.    Our current research interests include molecular solvation, chymosin biochemistry, diagnosis of disease using FTIR spectroscopy, and computer-aided drug design. 

We have recently co-founded a biomedical diagnostics spinout company, Dxcover.   Further information is available here.

We currently have vacancies for two 3.5 year PhD studentships to start in October 2024:


  1. Artificial Intelligence for Early Detection of Cancers from Spectroscopic Liquid Biopsies

  2. Computational Design of Small Molecules to Prevent the Early Formation of Multispecies Biofilms


Recent Publications

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