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Dr David Miller 

Dr David Miller
Position:Research Fellow in Chemical Biology

Telephone:+44 (0)29 208 74068
Fax:+44 (0)29 208 74030


Research Group: Biological and Organic Chemistry

Research Interests

I am interested in the use of synthetic organic chemistry as applied to the solution of biological problems and vice versa.  The understanding of how Nature’s macromolecules such as proteins and DNA work and interact with one another can often be probed by use of small organic molecules.  Such molecules are often not available from the natural pool and so the synthetic chemist is central to solving such problems.  Similarly, synthetic chemistry although well capable of preparing the most complex and intricate of molecules can often only do so at great expense of time and resources. Natural systems, if harnessed correctly offer the opportunity to construct molecules of such complexity much more quickly and efficiently.

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CH3113 Chemical Biology I: Cells and the Molecules of Life

CH3216 Chemical Biology II: Introduction to Enzyme and Nucleic Acid Chemistry

CH3408 Modern Catalytic Processes

CHT214 Biocatalysis I: Modern Approaches to Biocatalysis

CHT215 Key Skills in Catalysis

CHT223 Biocatalysis II: Industrial Applications of Biocatalysis

CHT224 Medicinal Chemistry

BI1215 Chemistry 2