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Jasmine Desmond

Developing new drugs to tackle antimicrobial resistance: a combined experimental and computational approach

  • Working in collaboration with Rudo Roemer (Physics), Mark Rodger (Chemistry) and Chris Dowson (Life Sciences).
  • Computational modelling using a novel protein flexibility technique developed at Warwick.
  • Using data generated from X-ray crystallography experiments in structural biology (Chris Dowson lab).


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  • go.warwick.ac.uk/jasminedesmond
  • INTEGRATE AMR Early Career Fellow, Sept. 2016-present: Working in collaboration with Rudo Roemer (Physics), Mark Rodger (Chemistry) and Chris Dowson (Life Sciences).
  • IAS Early Career Fellow, Oct. 2015-Jul. 2016: Path-integral based molecular simulations of ion pairing in solution, working in collaboration with Scott Habershon.
  • PhD in Chemistry (conferred Mar. 2016): Molecular dynamics simulation of biomolecular adsorption at the aqueous electrolyte/solid silica interface. Supervisors - Mark Rodger (Warwick) and Tiffany Walsh (Deakin University, Australia).

Research Interests: Computational modelling of proteins - AMR - Coarse graining of proteins - Biomolecular adsorption at solid/liquid interfaces.