Dr Sally Freeman PhD, BSc, FRSC


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Research in Medicinal Chemistry.

Lead for Social Responsibility in Division of Pharmacy & Optometry


Sally Freeman is a Reader in organic/medicinal chemistry. Following her PhD in 1985 she was awarded an SERC-NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Chemistry Department, Harvard University, under the supervision of Prof Jeremy Knowles. In 1987 she returned to the UK to take up a lectureship in the School of Pharmacy, Aston University.  In 1989 she was awarded a 5.5 year Lister Fellowship. Prior to moving to the University of Manchester in 1994, Sally spent 6 months as a Visiting Research-Scientist at Arizona State University. Sally was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1997 and Reader in 2009.


1982 - BSc(Hons) Chemistry - First Class (Dunlop Polymer Prize) - University of Leicester

1985 - PhD Organophosphorus Chemistry - University of Leicester

1993 - Lilly Prize for Pharmaceutical Excellence

Memberships of committees and professional bodies

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, FRSC         
  • Member of The Lister Institute

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