Georgia Whitehand

Georgia Whitehand

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Research interests

Georgia Whitehand is a P.h.D student working on designing novel antifungal agents utilising the unsaturation within the ergosterol structure in fungal cell membranes. She works in Professor Cragg's lab with supervision from Dr M Dymond and Dr J Silva.

Her introduction to the field of drug design occurred during her final year project of her Master’s degree. The project took place at the University of Brighton where she worked under Professor Cragg, studying the correlation between unsaturated harpoons and antifungal ability.


Scholarly biography

Georgia graduated with a 1st Class Chemistry Master's degree from the University of Brighton in 2021.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Chemistry, University of Brighton

1 Oct 20171 Jul 2021

Award Date: 1 Jul 2021


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