BA (Mod.) in Medicinal Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin (2013-2017). Grade I (First Class Honours), Trinity Gold Medal Recipient
PhD in Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin (2017-2022). Thesis: “Semi-synthetic Approaches to N-Glycosylation: A Story of Thiol-Ene Methodology, and Interferon-γ”
Dylan is a postdoctoral researcher from Dublin, Ireland. He conducted his PhD under Prof. Eoin Scanlan at Trinity College Dublin, where he researched glycopeptides and radical-based ligation methodology. During his PhD studies, he travelled to the University of Washington on a Fulbright scholarship to work with Prof. Champak Chatterjee on PROTACs for coronaviruses.
Dylan is currently researching small-molecule probes for E3 ligases in the Ciulli laboratory. His personal interests include film photography, vegan cooking, and arguing about ways to make coffee.