PhD student wins poster prize at International Symposium on Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry
Second year Birmingham PhD student Oliver Daubney recently won a prize for his poster presentation at the 14th International Symposium on Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry (ISABC).
Daubney, a PhD student in the group supervised Dr Anna Peacock, was awarded the BACHEM Poster Award for his poster presentation entitled "Structural Design and Synthesis of De Novo Proteins for Light Harvesting Applications".
Daubney is a member of Dr Peacock's research group, whose work is directed towards the development of novel metallopeptides with potential therapeutic applications.
Now in its 14 year, ISABC covers all aspects of Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry , including the role of metals in diagnosis, therapy, and neurosciences. This year's symposium was held in Toulouse, France.