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steven_brown2.jpgProfessor Steven P. Brownorcid
Professor
Department: Physics

S dot P dot Brown at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.20 Millburn House
+44 (0)24765 74359

 

john_hanna_3Professor John V. Hanna
Professor
Department: Physics

J dot V dot Hanna at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.17 Millburn House
+44 (0)24761 50806

The development of high-resolution solid-state NMR methods (especially 1H) 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 lewandowskiProfessor Józef R. Lewandowskigoogle scholarorcid 
Professor
Department: Chemistry

J dot R dot Lewandowski at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.22 Millburn House
+44 (0)24761 51355

ray_dupree.jpgProfessor Ray Dupreegoogle scholarorcid
Prof. Research Fellow and Emeritus Professor
Department: Physics

R dot Dupree at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.21 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.

Applications of solid state NMR to plants, biomaterials and structurally or chemically disordered materials.

andy_howes.jpgDr Andrew Howes
Associate Professor
Department: Physics

A dot P dot Howes at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.19 Millburn House
+44 (0)24765 22238

 

ying chow Dr Wing Ying Chowgoogle scholarorcid 
Assistant Professor
Department: Physics

W dot Ying dot Chow at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.18 Millburn House
+44 (0)24765 28950

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

Structure and dynamics of complex biological materials of the extracellular matrix, with emphasis on gaining insight into human health and disease. Techniques include solid-state NMR, isotopic enrichment of mammalian cell cultures, MAS-DNP, and EPR.

m_hope_photo_cropped.pngDr Michael A. Hope google scholarorcid
Assistant Professor
Department: Chemistry

Michael dot Hope dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk
G0.4b Millburn House

 

Multinuclear solid-state NMR to understand the structure of materials and how that affects their properties. A particular focus on energy materials for batteries and solar cells and the development of in-situ methods.

Visiting Academics

Dominik Kubicki

Dr Dominik Kubicki
Visiting Professor
Department: Physics

Dominik dot Kubicki at warwick dot ac dot uk

 
Dominik’s research focuses on developing new materials for sustainable optoelectronic technologies. He uses a combination of solid-state NMR, MAS DNP and diffraction strategies to study their structure at multiple length scales.
 

Research Personnel

Arun Gupta
Dr Arun Gupta
BBSRC funded Research Fellow
Department: Chemistry
arun dot gupta at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.13 Millburn House
rosaliepic_web-01.pngDr Rosalie Thompson
BBSRC funded Research Fellow
 

Department: Physics Rosaline dot Cresswell at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.13 Millburn House

Applications of solid-state and solution NMR for studying structure and mode of action of biomolecules.

Studying the molecular architecture of plants using solid state NMR.

KooroshDr Koorosh Fatemian

Department: Chemistry and Life Sciences
Supervisors: Józef Lewandowski and Chris Dowson

Funded by: Howard Dalton Centre
K dot A dot Fatemian at warwick dot ac dot uk
G03 Millburn House

AnjaliDr Anjali Menakath

Department: Physics and Chemistry
Supervisors: Józef Lewandowski and Steven Brown

Funded by: EPSRC and BBSRC
a dot menakath dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk
A0.12 Millburn House

Structural and biophysical characterization of antibiotics and novel compounds binding peptidoglycan precursors.  

Dave Bradley Photo

Dr David Bradley
Department: Physics
Supervisor: John Hanna
Funded by: Johnson Matthey
D dot Bradley dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk

 
   

 

PhD Students

 

 

 
     

WalterJack Drant
Department: Chemistry
Supervisor: Józef Lewandowski
Funded by: BBSRC and GSK
Jack dot Drant at warwick dot ac dot uk

 

Liam Medlin
Department: Chemistry
Supervisor: Steven Brown and Józef Lewandowski
Funded by: University of Warwick and GSK
Liam dot Medlin at warwick dot ac dot uk

Characterisation of protein aggregation using solid-state NMR and cryo-EM

   

Hannah Pilsworth
Department: Physics
Supervisor: John Hanna
Funded by: Infineum
H dot Pilsworth at warwick dot ac dot uk

 

Chris Trembath
Department: Chemistry
Supervisor: Józef Lewandowski, Stephanie Brookes (AZ), Les Hughes (AZ)
Funded by: University of Warwick and AstraZeneca
Chris dot Trembath at warwick dot ac dot uk

Using solid-state NMR to gain a more complete understanding of asphaltenes.    

Jairah Lubay

Jairah Lubay
Department: Physics & Chemistry
Supervisors: Steven Brown and Józef Lewandowski
Funded by: University of Warwick and Bruker
Jairah dot Lubay at warwick dot ac dot uk

 

Ananya

Ananya Singh

Department: Physics
Supervisor: Wing Ying Chow
Funded by: EPSRC
Ananya at warwick dot ac dot uk

Developing fast magic-angle spinning NMR methods for applications to biological systems.  

Development of solid-state NMR approaches for probing extracellular matrices with relevance to human disease.

Svetlana

Svetlana Pavlović
Department: Chemistry
Supervisor: Steven Brown
Funded by: University of Warwick and Novartis
Svetlana dot Pavlovic at warwick dot ac dot uk

 

Todd

Todd Davey
Department: Chemistry
Supervisor: Józef Lewandowski
Funded by: University of Warwick and AstraZeneca
todd dot davey at warwick dot ac dot uk

My research is focused on developing solid-state NMR methods for the analysis of soft gel-like materials produced during dissolution of oral pharmaceutical products.

 

My research will be focused on the development of advanced NMR spectroscopy methods for qualitative and quantitative determination of peptide secondary structure to calibrate solid-state FTIR models.

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