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Dr Christopher Waudby
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School of Pharmacy
London
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Appointment
  • Lecturer in Biomolecular NMR at the School of Pharmacy
  • UCL School of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
Biography
Chris read Chemistry as an undergraduate and graduate student at the University of Cambridge (St John’s College). Following his doctoral research into the mechanisms of protein misfolding and aggregation in the group of Prof Chris Dobson, Chris joined Prof John Christodoulou in the Department of Structural and Molecular Biology at UCL, leading efforts to apply NMR spectroscopy to the study of protein synthesis and co-translational folding of nascent chains on the ribosome and within living cells. He joined the UCL School of Pharmacy as a Lecturer in Biomolecular NMR in June 2022.
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Research Summary
Chris' research develops and applies solution NMR spectroscopy to study the dynamics and interactions of biomolecules, ligands and drug molecules, and supramolecular systems.
Academic Background
2009   Doctor of Philosophy University of Cambridge
2004   Bachelor of Arts University of Cambridge
2004   Master of Natural Science University of Cambridge
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