The University of Glasgow’s Lighthouse Laboratory project has won the Knowledge Exchange/Transfer Initiative of the Year trophy at the seventeenth annual THE Awards.
Drug Discovery Unit
The Drug Discovery Unit (DDU) is passionate about tackling unmet medical need for globally important neglected and emerging infectious diseases (including TB, malaria, coronaviruses), that kill millions of people across the world every year and damage the economies of many countries.
Grade 9, Salary dependent on experience, in the range (£53,348-£60,022); Open ended contract. Potential option to work remotely.
The Drug Discovery Unit is passionate about tackling unmet medical need for globally important diseases that kill millions of people across the world every year and damage the economies of many countries.
The University of Dundee is one of the best universities in the UK for producing successful spinouts, according to a new report.
The University Spinout Report 2021, carried out by GovGrant, names Dundee as the UK's sixth most successful at commercialising innovation. The University spawned 1.5% of the UK’s spinouts with these companies raising £325.7 million over the past two decades.
University of Dundee research that aims to develop a new male contraceptive has been boosted by major new funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Experts will utilise the $1.7 million award over the next two years to continue their quest to identify suitable compounds with the potential to develop the first safe and effective male contraceptive drug.
We are offering an enthusiastic and experienced Medicinal Chemist the chance to join the dynamic, multidisciplinary Drug Discovery Unit as a Team Leader.
With your experience gained in the Biotech/Pharma industry or similar, you will lead a talented team of chemists, set and monitor project objectives, and drive interactions between multiple disciplines, and use your experience of multiparameter optimisation to design new molecules to tackle major global diseases.
Almost half a million rapid diagnostic tests developed from research at the University of Dundee will be donated with the aim of helping eliminate the disease known as African sleeping sickness.
The Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) have announced that 450,000 rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) will be donated by global healthcare company Abbott to scale up testing for sleeping sickness. Research in Dundee, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge, led to the development of the BIOLINE HAT 2.0 test, which will accelerate the efficiency of testing.
Researchers at the University of Dundee are among those celebrating being named in HM The Queen’s birthday honours.
David Gray, Head of Biology and Professor of Translational Biology at the University’s Drug Discovery Unit, has been given a BEM for services to the Delivery of Testing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The School of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee is a world-class academic institution with a reputation for the excellence of its research, its high quality teaching and student experience, and the strong impact of its activities outside academia. With 900 staff from over 40 countries worldwide the School provides a dynamic, multi-national, collegiate and diverse environment with state-of-the-art laboratory, technology and teaching facilities.