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Victoria Marlow

Hi and welcome to my ePortfolio page.

I completed my PhD in September 2013 and am now working as a Portfolio Manager at EPSRC. These pages contain information about what I achieved during my MOAC MSc (2008-2009) and PhD (2009 – 2013).

For more up to date information about what I am currently doing please visit my LinkedIn page or contact me at EPSRC.

About me

I joined MOAC in 2008 after reading Biochemistry at Warwick from 2004-2007 and graduating with first class honours.

After completing my undergraduate degree and before joining MOAC I took a gap year. You can find out a bit more about what I did during that year here and in an article that appeared in the Coventry Telegraph.

I applied to study at MOAC after my undergraduate degree as I wanted to work more closely at the interface between biology and chemistry and had an interest in developing more chemical skills to address biological problems.

My PhD

My PhD was entitled Structure and Mechanistic Studies of Acetolactate Decarboxylase and I worked under the supervision of Professor Martin Wills (Chemistry) and Professor Vilmos Fulop (Life Sciences) continuing the work I begun on the project during my MSc.

This work has been recently published in ACS Chemical Biology.

'Structure and Mechanism of Acetolactate Decarboxylase', Victoria A. Marlow, Dean Rea, Shabir Najmudin, Martin Wills, and Vilmos Fülöp, ACS Chemical Biology, 2013, 8, pp tba. DOI: 10.1021/cb400429h. Publication Date (Web): August 14, 2013 (Articles).


Contact Me

v dot a dot marlow at warwick dot ac dot uk