Helen Deeks



My PhD is the application of computational methods to problems within pharmacology, in particular, how Interactive Molecular Dynamics can be developed as a tool for drug discovery. After gaining an MPharm and qualifying as a Pharmacist, I consolidated my knowledge of in-silico drug design during an MSci in computing science (including a bioinformatics research placement at the Earlham Institute) at the University of East Anglia. Funded by the EPSRC and joint between the departments of chemistry and computer science, my research sits at the interface of biochemistry, molecular simulation, and human-computer interaction.



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