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Prof Stephen Caddick
Appointment
  • Professor of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology
  • Dept of Chemistry
  • Faculty of Maths & Physical Sciences
Biography

Professor Caddick was appointed as Vice-Provost (Enterprise) in 2010, and is responsible to the Provost for leading UCL's enterprise agenda for the maximum societal and economic benefit including: knowledge transfer and exchange, business relationships and partnerships, entrepreneurship, innovation and social enterprise. He joined UCL in 2003 as Vernon Professor of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology and was appointed to develop the area of Chemical Biology as a major research strength.

He was the founding director of the Centre for Chemical Biology, head of the Organic and Chemical Biology group and, most recently, Head of the Department of Chemistry. Professor Caddick has a major research group in Organic Synthesis and Chemical Biology with a particular focus on the development of novel and sustainable synthetic methods for applications in biological and biomedical research. In recent times his group has developed new methods for the chemical modification of proteins, and for making diverse collections of chemical compounds which can be used to dissect biological pathways and have potential as therapeutics. His research is highly collaborative with academic and industrial partners, and is funded by UK research councils, the Wellcome Trust, and several major pharmaceutical companies.

Professor Caddick has served on a number of EPSRC, BBSRC and MRC funding panels and committees and is currently a member of the MRC's DPFS panel and MRCT's Drug Discovery Advisory Board. He is currently playing a key role in developing the unique contribution UCL will make to the UK Centre for Medical Research & Innovation (UKCMRI), which will bring the university together with three other world-leading biomedical research organisations (Cancer Research UK, the Medical Research Council and the Wellcome Trust) in central London to undertake cutting-edge research and training of medical scientists to advance our understanding of health and disease.

Research Groups
Research Summary
The Caddick group carries out research to: (a) Develop methods, and strategies for synthesis (including radicals, organometallics, sulfonamides, amino acids); (b) To develop molecules for utilisation as probes, diagnostic tools or as therapeutics (areas include Neocarzinostatin; (de)methyation enzymes; HIV transport; NMDA receptors; beta-receptors).
Teaching Summary

Extensive experience of undergraduate and postgraduate lectures in medicinal chemistry, chemical biology and synthetic chemistry to year 1, 2, 3 and 4 at M.Chem / MSci & BSc level

Academic and Personal Tutor

Laboratory Course Demonstrating

Supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate research projects

Extensive experience of internal and external examining at u/g & p/g level

Appointments
2010 Vice-Provost, Enterprise   UCL, United Kingdom
2008 Strategy Advisory Board   UCL and Health Partners Research Deanery, United Kingdom
2008 – 2010 Head of Department Chemistry UCL, United Kingdom
2006 Vice-Dean (Research) MAPS UCL, United Kingdom
2006 Director Centre of Chemical Biology UCL, United Kingdom
2006 – 2008 Research Strategy Committee   UCL , United Kingdom
2005 – 2006 Chair Biological Mass Spectrometry UCL, United Kingdom
2004 – 2007 Senior Management Team Chemistry UCL, United Kingdom
2003 Professor of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology   UCL, United Kingdom
2003 – 2003 Director of Graduate Studies School of Life Sciences University of Sussex, United Kingdom
2003 – 2003 Professor of Chemistry   University of Sussex, United Kingdom
2003 – 2007 Chair Faculty Research Committee MAPS UCL, United Kingdom
1997 – 2002 Senior Lecturer   University of Sussex, United Kingdom
1993 – 1997 Lecturer   University of Sussex, United Kingdom
1991 – 1993 Lecturer   Birkbeck College, University of London, United Kingdom
1989 – 1991 Post Doctoral Fellow   Imperial College, London, United Kingdom
1984 – 1986 Senior Scientific Assistant   FBC Ltd. Chesterford Park, United Kingdom
Academic Background
1989 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Chemistry University of Southampton
1986 GRSC Graduate of the Royal Society of Chemistry – Chemistry Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology
1984 BSc Bachelor of Science – Chemistry Paisley College
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