At Charnwood Molecular we are always looking to employ innovative strategies to solve problems in drug discovery and development
In this blog Senior Research Chemist II, Dr Rhydian Beddoe share’s his thoughts on a recent paper published on the use of phosphine oxides as a useful drug design motif.
A bit about the Author
Dr Rhydian Beddoe is a Senior Research Chemist II in the Medicinal Chemistry department at Charnwood Molecular. His PhD was obtained at the University of Nottingham, which was focussed on the development of phosphine oxide-catalysed processes in organic chemistry.
Prior to working at Charnwood Molecular, he worked at Evotec as a medicinal chemist and has worked across a variety of drug discovery programmes across multiple disease areas throughout his career.
In his spare time, Rhydian enjoys cycling and running and likes to take part in Nottingham’s annual Robin Hood half marathon.
You can connect with Rhydian on LinkedIn here.