Paul M. O'Neill graduated in Chemistry and Pharmacology at the University of Liverpool in 1990 and also obtained a Ph.D degree here in 1995. Following graduation, he was appointed Roche Lecturer in Medicinal Chemistry in the Department of Pharmacology at Liverpool from 1995-96. In 1997 he carried out postdoctoral research with Professor Gary H. Posner at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA. In 1998 Paul was appointed to a lectureship between the Departments of Chemistry and Pharmacology at Liverpool and he became Senior Lecturer in 2003 and Reader in 2005.Paul works in several areas of synthetic organic chemistry and pharmacology with a strong emphasis on drug-design, chemical biology and medicinal chemistry of anti-infectives. Currently the main target diseases of the O'Neill group include malaria, TB and human filariasis in collaboration with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
147 Publications (Google Scholar h-index = 55)
Prizes or Honours
- RSC Malcolm Campbell Award (BMCS Division of The Royal Society of Chemistry, Presented at Cambridge University, 2011)
Other Personal Distinctions
- Third Generation Tetraoxane Antimalarials (H3-D Drug Discovery Symposium, Vineyard Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa, 15-18 October, 2012)