In the Parker group we are involved in the synthesis
and investigation of a variety of systems for use as analytical,
diagnostic and therapeutic agents in vivo and in vitro, typically using
chiral metal complexes.
This website gives details of current
and recent members of the Parker Group, as well as giving a brief outline
of the group research interests. We have included our publications
should you wish to read further.
In addition, there are
pages giving information about our academic and industrial collaborators
both in the UK and throughout the rest of the world. Finally we have a
page with some informal photos of the group over the decades.
Our primary support comes from the European Research Council (ERC: fcc 266804:functional Coordination Chemistry)
and is augmented by grants from EPSRC, CRCUK, CISBio and the Royal Society
Contact the group leader, Prof. David Parker, by e-mail
3rd Year PhD student Katie-Louise Finney has won the poster prize at ISACS 13 (Challenges in Inorganic and Materials Chemistry) held in Dublin. Her winning poster was titled 'Development of 1H PARASHIFT Probes for Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Imaging'.
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