Dr Richard BryceBSc, PhD, FRSC CChem

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Biography

Richard Bryce heads up the computational-aided drug design group in Manchester Pharmacy School.  He is a Reader in Biomedicinal Chemistry, having studied chemistry at St. Andrews University (BSc, 1995) and computational chemistry at Manchester University (PhD, 1998).  He was a Robert Lincoln MacNeil scholar at the University of Pennsylvania (1992-1993) and a Ramsay Memorial Fellow at the University of Manchester (1999-2001).  His work receives support from a variety of sources, including EPSRC, The Wellcome Trust, MRC, BBSRC and the Royal Society.  He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and member and former chair of the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society.

Qualifications

  • 2005 - FRSC CChem
  • 1998 - MRSC CChem
  • 1998 - PhD(University of Manchester)
  • 1995 - BSc(University of St Andrews)

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Keywords

  • Computer-aided molecular design, molecular dynamics, quantum chemistry, molecular recognition, binding affinities

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