Daniel Passes his PhD Viva

Following a five-year spell within the TuttleLab, encompassing both his undergraduate and postgraduate studies, Dan has completed his time with us here at Strathclyde. His PhD thesis, titled “Modelling Short Peptides in Solution and at the Interface”, investigates the importance of intermolecular interactions through Molecular Dynamic simulations.

Dan was examined by Dr Mark Waller (University of Münster) and Prof Peter Halling (University of Strathclyde), and received overwhelmingly positive feedback with regards to both his thesis and his performance. Dan has been a fountain of knowledge for many of us in the group, for which we are all extremely thankful.

We wish him all the best in his future endeavours.

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