Daniella recently attended the Gordon Research Conference on Self-Assembly and Supramolecular Chemistry in Les Diablerets, Switzerland. The Conference will brought together a collection of investigators who are leaders in their fields and provided graduate students an opportunity to present posters. Everyone had a good time in the very scenic setting of the mountains.
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Following her 3 year stay with the TuttleLab Ines Moreira successfully defended her thesis titled “Respnsive Emulsifiers Based on Peptide Self-Assembly” and completed her PhD. After the exam Ines received positive feedback on her performance. Well Done on all your hard work and congratulations from all the group and best of luck for the future.
Well done to our Final Year Undergraduate students Iain, Chris and Sam on completing their projects and handing in their thesis. We thank them for their work over the year and wish them luck for their exams.
Congratulations to Armelle Le Gall on successfully passing her viva. Her thesis was titled “Studies and Improvements of Molecular Docking Methods in Rigid and Flexible Receptors” Armelle was a joint student between GSK and Strathclyde doing work focussing on molecular docking in a drug discovery context. We wish Armelle the best of luck for the future.