School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sci

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Based in the Huxley and Cockcroft Buildings on the University of Brighton’s Moulsecoomb campus, the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences (PaBShas an established track record of pioneering and impactful research in the subject areas of; age and stress related disease, applied biosciences, biomaterials and drug delivery, cell biology, chemistry, chemical biology, ecology, conservation and zoonosis genomics, neurosciences, medicines optimisation, and regenerative medicine.

We have excellent research facilities including a range of modern laboratories in chemistry, microbiology, molecular ecology, clinical and biosciences, a tissue culture suite, an image analysis suite, genomics centre, with new investments into state-of-the-art mass spectroscopy, 3D sequencer and dexa scanner. We have a team of highly-motivated academic staff, many of whom are internationally recognised leaders in their fields. We have a strong multi- and inter-disciplinary ethos, with much of our research focused on finding solutions to health and environmental issues that will have benefits for local, national and global communities.

The school hosts two of the university’s Centres of Research and Enterprise Excellence (COREs): the Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Devices and the Centre for Stress and Age-related Disease (STRAND). It also supports six Research and Enterprise Groups (REGs): the Applied Biosciences REGSensory Neuroscience REG, Ecology, Conservation and Zoonosis REG, Biomaterials and Medical Devices and Drug Delivery REG, Chemistry REG, and the Medicines Optimisation REG.

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    Projects

    Research Output

    2D Titanium Carbide (Ti3C2Tx ) in Accommodating Intraocular Lens Design

    Ward, E. J., Lacey, J., Crua, C., Dymond, M. K., Maleski, K., Hantanasirisakul, K., Gogotsi, Y. & Sandeman, S., 10 May 2020, In : Advanced Functional Materials. 2000841.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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  • 3D-printed electrochemical sensors: A new horizon for measurement of biomolecules

    Abdalla, A. & Patel, B., 29 Apr 2020, In : Current Opinion in Electrochemistry. 20, p. 78-81 4 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 3D printed UV/VIS detection systems constructed from transparent filaments and immobilised enzymes

    Sirjani, E., Migas, M., Cragg, P. & Dymond, M., 8 Feb 2020, In : Additive Manufacturing. 33, 101094.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Activities

    Royal Society of Chemistry, Heads of CHemistry UK (External organisation)

    Lizzy Ostler (Chair)

    1 Jul 20211 Jul 2024

    Activity: External boards and professional/academic bodiesPersonal board membership of professional/academic bodies

    Frontiers in Immunology (Journal)

    Nadia Terrazzini (Reviewer)

    22 Oct 2020

    Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial work

    Frontiers in Immunology (Journal)

    Nadia Terrazzini (Reviewer)

    14 Oct 2020

    Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial work