eCheminfo OXFORD

Thomas Exner

WORK POSITION: 

Research & Innovation Manager

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

Douglas Connect, Switzerland

Thomas Exner obtained his PhD at the University Darmstadt on "Biomolecular Docking Using a Fuzzy Logic Based Algorithm".

Alessandro Contini

WORK POSITION: 

Professor of organic chemistry

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Milan

Alessandro Contini graduated in 1999 with a degree in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies from the University of Milan.

Barry Hardy

WORK POSITION: 

Managing Director

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

Douglas Connect GmbH, Switzerland

Dr. Barry Hardy currently manages the eCheminfo and InnovationWell community of practice activities of Douglas Connect.

Paul Hawkins

WORK POSITION: 

Head of the Applications Group

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

OpenEye Scientific Software

Paul went to university in Southampton (B.Sc. Chemistry and Biochemistry) and did his Ph.D. at “the home of golf”, St. Andrews in bio-organic chemistry.

Garrett M. Morris

WORK POSITION: 

Head of Computational Chemistry

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

Crysalin, Ltd., Oxfordshire, UK

Garrett M. Morris developed and published one of the first interactive graphical bioinformatics tools in his Part II, later marketed by Oxford Molecular as "Cameleon".

Rita Tewari

WORK POSITION: 

Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

University of Nottingham, UK

Rita Tewari did her PhD in Cytogenetics in India with Professor SRV Rao, at University of Delhi studying role of fragile sites and heterochromatin.

Jas Bhachoo

WORK POSITION: 

Senior Applications Scientist

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

Schrödinger

I am Senior Applications Scientist for Schrodinger for the last 10 years and am based in the UK.

Christian Doerig

WORK POSITION: 

Head of the Department of Microbiology

INSTITUTION / COMPANY: 

Monash University

After a post-doctoral training on herpes simplex virus in the USA, he turned his attention to malaria and pioneered the study of protein phosphorylation in Plasmodium falciparum.