June 2024 – We are delighted to be recognised with the 2024 RSC Horizon Prize.

May 2024 – Congratulations to Esra who passed her viva.

April 2024 – Charlie is selected to join the RSC Broadening Horizons programme 2024. Well done!

March 2024 – We are excited to meet our partners at the kick-off meeting for our Antimalarial project!

Jan 2024 - Liverpool awarded £1.4M to develop new malaria drug - News - University of Liverpool



Congratulations to our 2023 Graduating PhD Students Andy Coninckx, Jack Simpson, Sophie Pate, Joshua Taujanskas, Monika Lisauskaite, Liqun Guo and Patricia Amado

21/07/23 - Scientists make promising discovery in fight against breast cancer



Congratulations to our 2022 Graduating PhD Students Nada Mossallam and Christopher Woodley

06/01/22 - First in human trial for new drug targeting LF and onchocerciasis starts in Liverpool


22/06/22 - Antibiotic research project selected for new innovation programme


03/05/22 - Another step has been taken in the battle against antimicrobial resistance with the development of a synthetic antibiotic.


29/03/22 - Antibiotic could save millions of lives from superbugs after study eradicates MRSA in mice 


29/03/22 - Liverpool scientists develop synthetic antibiotics that could save millions of lives



Congratulations to our 2021 graduating PhD Student Charlie Qie



01/09/20 - Scientists identify promising new ALS drug candidates


31/03/20 - New GHIT grant to fund next stage in anti-Wolbachia drug discovery



19/07/19 - Antimalarial activity of primaquine operates via a two-step biochemical relay


08/01/19 - New drug has potential to treat river blindness and elephantiasis



07/12/18 - Gina Washbourn wins best oral communication talk at Cambridge


14/09/18 - £1.5M to develop candidate drug to treat onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis


20/07/18 - Compound identified that protects against neurodegeneration



24/05/17 - Scientists develop molecule that could lead to first synthetic one-dose malaria treatment

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