Team members – Simon Anderson


Research scientists / postdoctoral researchers:


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Simon Anderson

Simon came to Bangor in 2012 to undertake a B.Sc. degree in chemistry. For his third year project he worked as part of an organic chemistry research group on the synthesis of a new poly-fluorene molecule, designed to be used as a substrate in an OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode). Now he is writing up his Ph.D. in the field of cancer therapy funded by a Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarship whilst partaking in the first IgorIP secondment with Swansea University in the area of botulinum detection.

 

Papers:

  • S. D. Anderson, R. J. Hobbs, V. V. Gwenin, P. Ball, L. A. Bennie, J. A. Coulter, and C. D. Gwenin, Cell Penetrating Peptides as a Tool for the Cellular Uptake of a Genetically Modified Nitroreductase for use in Directed Enzyme Prodrug Therapy, Journal of Functional Biomaterials, (2019), 10(4), 45 DOI.org/10.3390/jfb10040045
  • P. Ball, E. Thompson, S. Anderson, V. Gwenin, C. Gwenin, Time dependant HPLC analysis of the product ratio of enzymatically reduced prodrug CB1954 by a modified and immobilised nitroreductase, European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 127 (2019) 217-224 DOI.org/10.1016/j.ejps.2018.11.001

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Gwenin - Applied Research in Chemistry and Public Health (ARCH)

School of Chemistry, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2UW, UK

Direct Line: 0044 1248 383741 email: c.d.gwenin@bangor.ac.uk

Applied Research in Chemistry and Public Health (ARCH)

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News: October 2019

Congratulations to Simon, Rob, and Pat, on the publication of the groups first CPP paper

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News: July 2019

Congratulations to and Robert, Carol, Jennifer, on the publication of their Botulinum Neurotoxins Review in Toxins

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News: June 2019

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We were delighted to attend the CALIN PhD/Post-Doc/Industry Forum, hosted by Prof. Frank Barry and the CALIN team at the National University Institute Galway.

News: June 2018

Congratulations to Simon and Vanessa on the publication of their new review

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