Dr Don Green is head of student experience and academic outcomes for the School of Human Sciences and also serves as the academic liaison tutor for London Met's collaborative links with Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SUTCM).
Dr Don Green
Dr Don Green holds a BSc in Chemistry, an MSc in Molecular Biology and General Biochemistry and a PhD in Synthetic Organophosphorus Chemistry. Also a Chartered Chemist (CChem) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC). Previous roles at London Met included Head of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Science and Course Leader for MSc Pharmaceutical Science and Drug Delivery Systems and BSc Pharmaceutical Science.
Dr Don Green currently teaches on the Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science undergraduate programmes, Pharmaceutical Science and Drug Delivery Systems MSc and Herbal Medicinal Science BSc delivered in collaboration with Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His subjects include organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry and drug discovery as well as analytical chemistry. All this is done alongside his main role of being Head of Student Experience and Academic Outcomes for the School of Human Sciences.
His research interests include the synthesis of recognition sequence peptidomimetics as potent antithrombotic agents for use in the treatment of cardiovascular disease, and the synthesis of phosphonolane structural units for use in the construction of antimalarial chemotherapeutic agents.
Most recent publications:
Inhibition of Human alpha-thrombin by a tripeptide proceeds via a metastable pentacoordinated phosphorus intermediate, J.Mol.Biol (2001) 311, 549-555, E.Skordalakes, G.Dodson, D.Green, C.Goodwin, M.Scully, H.Hudson, V.Kakkar and J.Deadman
Substrate related O,O-Dialkylpeptidylcarboxyphosphonates, a New Type of Thrombin Inhbitor, Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon, (2000), 151-5, Green et al.
Reviewer for: International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Journal of Personalised Medicine, Applied Sciences, Nutrients, Toxics.
Dr Don Green
Head of Student Experience and Academic Outcomes for the School of Human Sciences