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steven_brown2.jpgProfessor Steven P. Brown  orcid-logo.png
Professor
Department: Physics

S.P.Brown@warwick.ac.uk
A1.16 Millburn House
+44 (0)24765 74359


john_hanna_3John V. Hanna
Principal Research Fellow
Department: Physics

J dot V dot Hanna at warwick dot ac dot uk
A1.13 Millburn House
+44 (0)24761 50806

The development of high-resolution solid-state NMR methods (especially1H) using dipolar and J couplings, Applications to the investigation of structure and dynamics, especially hydrogen bonding and aromatic pi-pi interactions, in pharmaceuticals, supramolecular chemistry and biosolids.


The development and application of multinuclear solid-state NMR techniques including DFT calculations in the study of organometallic chemistry, glasses and bioglasses, and ‘energy-related’ materials such as solid oxide fuel cell, hydrogen storage, battery and metal-incorporated biomass systems.

jozef lewandowskiDr Józef Lewandowski Google Scholar
Associate Professor
Department: Chemistry

J dot R dot Lewandowski at warwick dot ac dot uk
F07 Millburn House & C519 Chemistry
+44 (0)24761 51355 (F07), +44 (0)24765 34375 (C519)

ray_dupree.jpgProfessor Ray Dupree Google Scholar
Prof. Research Fellow and Emeritus Professor
Department: Physics

R dot Dupree at warwick dot ac dot uk
F09 Millburn House
+44 (0)24765 23403

Development and applications of solid-state and solution NMR methodology to study structure and dynamics of biomolecules. Large protein complexes. Structural biology of polyketide synthases. Protein dynamics. Fast magic angle spinning.


Development of DNP. Development and applications of DOuble Rotation (DOR). Applications of solid state NMR to structurally or chemically disordered materials, to biomaterials and to plants.

andy_howes.jpgDr Andrew Howes
Research Officer
Department: Physics

A dot P dot Howes at warwick dot ac dot uk
F08 Millburn House
+44 (0)24765 22238

 
Low-γ nuclei, Technique development, DOR, Probe development.  

 

 

Research Personnel

greg_rees.jpgDr Gregory Rees
Research Fellow
Department: Physics

G dot J dot Rees at warwick dot ac dot uk
F17 Millburn House
+44(0)24761 50807

simoneDr Simone Kosol
Research Fellow
Department: Chemistry

S dot Kosol at warwick dot ac dot uk

The development and application of solid state NMR in the study of catalytic materials.


Angelo

Dr Angelo Gallo
ERC funded Research Fellow
Department: Chemistry

A dot Gallo dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk

 TrentDr Trent Franks
Research Fellow funded by EPSRC, ERC and BHF
Department: Physics and Chemistry

T dot Franks at warwick dot ac dot uk

Applications of solid-state and solution NMR for studying structure and dynamics of biomolecules

Pulse sequence development


 

 

Academic Visitors

nathan_barrow2.jpgDr Nathan Barrow
Visiting Research Fellow

Johnson Matthey

nathan dot barrow at warwick dot ac dot uk

kevin_pike.jpgDr Kevin Pike
Visiting Academic

Thomas Keating Ltd

Kevin dot Pike at warwick dot ac dot uk



Solid-state NMR and DFT of half-integer-spin quadrupolar nuclei

oleg_antzutkin.jpgProfessor Oleg Antzutkin
Visiting Academic

Luleå University of Technology

o dot n dot antzutkin at warwick dot ac dot uk


Solid-state NMR methodology development on amyloid fibrils and peptide aggregation intermediates, active surface sites and adsorption processes on minerals and synthetic inorganic materials and nanoparticles with surfaces modified by functional organic and biomolecules.

 

 

 

 

PhD Students

 mariaMaria Vlachou

Department: Physics
Supervised by: John V. Hanna
Funded by: EPSRC & Johnson Matthey

maria dot vlachou at warwick dot ac dot uk

carl osterCarl Oster

Department: Chemistry
Supervised by: Józef Lewandowski, Steven P. Brown, and David Roper
Funded by: CAS-IDP

c dot oster at warwick dot ac dot uk

Using solid state NMR to investigate platinum catalysts on oxide supports and oxygen storage and release properties of cerium containing oxides.


Using Solid State NMR to investigate details of the peptidoglycan structure.

miriMiri Zilka

Department: Chemistry
Supervised by: Steven P. Brown
Funded by: CAS-IDP

M dot Zilka at warwick dot ac dot uk

AzzAzzedine Dabo

Department: Chemistry
Supervised by: Józef Lewandowski and Melissa Hanna-Brown
Funded by: EPSRC and Pfizer

a dot a-a dot dabo at warwick dot ac dot uk

Using Solid State NMR to obtain structural analysis of excipients and active ingredients in drug formulations.


Solid state NMR based approaches for facilitating chromatography method development.

Tom HooperTom Hooper

Department: Physics
Supervised by: John V. Hanna
Funded by: EPSRC, iMR CDT and Johnson Matthey

T dot Hooper at warwick dot ac dot uk

josh clarkJosh Clark

Department: Physics
Supervised by: John V. Hanna
Funded by: EPSRC, iMR CDT and Johnson Matthey

J dot Clark dot 4 at warwick dot ac dot uk

Investigating Platinum and Palladium catalysts using Solid-state NMR.

Multinuclear MAS and Internal Field 59Co Solid State NMR Studies of Fischer-Tropsch Catalyst Systems.


sam pageSam Page

Department: Physics
Supervisor: John V. Hanna
Funded by: EPSRC, Johnson Matthey and WCPRS

s dot j dot page at warwick dot ac dot uk

Gemma CandyGemma Candy

Department: Physics
Supervisor: Steven Brown
Funded by: EPSRC and GSK

G dot M dot Candy at warwick dot ac dot uk

Low Field 7Li and 31P MAS NMR Studies of Paramagnetic Olivine and Substituted Olivine-Based Battery Materials.

Investigation of structural aspects of pharmaceutical solids and formulated drug products.
Richard

Richard Gibson

Department: Chemistry
Supervisors: Józef Lewandowski, Greg Challis and David Roper
Funded by: EPSRC

r dot j dot gibson at warwick dot ac dot uk

BeckyRebecca Stevens

Department: Chemistry
Supervisor: Józef Lewandowski
Funded by: EPSRC

r dot a dot stevens at warwick dot ac dot uk

Elucidating the structural biology of protein complexes from quartomicin polyketide synthase by solid-state and solution-state NMR, electron microscopy and X-ray crystallography.

The development and application of solid-state NMR methodology to study the structural dynamics of proteins.
Almo

Alma Svatos

Department: Chemistry
Supervisor: Józef Lewandowski
Funded by: ERC

A dot Svatos at warwick dot ac dot uk

anjali

Anjali Menakath

Department: Physics
Supervisor: Steven P Brown
Funded by: Chancellor's International Scholarship

A dot Menakath at warwick dot ac dot uk

Structural biology of polyketide synthases.

Characterisation of Organic Solid-State Structures Combining NMR and Powder X-Ray Diffraction.

kristian_small.jpgKristian Barnsley

Department: Physics and Engineering
Supervisor: John Hanna

K dot Barnsley at warwick dot ac dot uk

nicoleNicole Kelly

Department: Physics
Supervisor: John Hanna
Funded by: EPSRC

N dot Kelly dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk

1H, 27Al and 29Si NMR Study of ZSM-22 Coatings Obtained by
Hydrothermal Synthesis.

Understanding the physical aging of high-heat Poly(lactide) using solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

sarah.jpgSarah Mann

Department: Physics
Supervisor: Steven Brown and Józef Lewandowski
Funded by: GSK

S dot Mann dot 3 at warwick dot ac dot uk

emilyEmily Corlett

Department: Physics
Supervisor: Steven Brown
Funded by: EPSRC, AstraZeneca and Syngenta.

E dot Corlett at warwick dot ac dot uk

Characterisation of non-crystalline pharmaceuticals (ionic liquids/liquid crystals) by NMR spectroscopy and predictive modelling. Integrating NMR Crystallography into an informatics based solid-state characterisation of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals.

koorosh.pngKoorosh Fatemian

Department: Chemistry and Life Sciences
Supervisor: Józef Lewandowski and Chris Dowson
Funded by: MRC

K dot A dot Fatemian at warwick dot ac dot uk

Ben_GriffithBen Griffith

Department: Physics
Supervisor: John Hanna
Funded by: EPSRC and Johnson Matthey

B dot E dot Griffith at warwick dot ac dot uk

Structural and biophysical characterization of antibiotics and novel compounds binding peptidoglycan precursors. Solid State NMR studies of heterogeneous alumina, silica and titania supported Pt nanoparticle catalyst systems.
   
   


Master Students


 

 


Project Students




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