Professor Ward, Professor O’Neill and Professor Park
A team from the University of Liverpool has been awarded the prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Malcolm Campbell Memorial Award.
Professor Paul O’Neill from the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacology, Professor Kevin Park, Head of the Institute of Translational Medicine and Professor Stephen Ward from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine received the award for their work in the area of antimalarial drug discovery and chemical biology of Plasmodium falciparum.
The Malcolm Campbell Memorial Award commemorates Professor Campbell’s outstanding contributions in a broad range of chemistry and their applications to the understanding of bioactivity.
The award was presented to the team during the RSC/SCI Medicinal Chemistry Symposium in Cambridge.
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