A multi-disciplinary group with expertise in chemistry, phytochemistry, pharmacology, molecular biology and genetics focused on strategic areas of analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic applications in biomedical science.
Research themes include:
- molecular genetics (obesity)
- metals in health (sensory f-block coordination complexes, systemic iron homeostasis)
- nanotechnology (electrospinning, nanotoxicology, novel lipid formulations)
- novel therapeutic phytochemicals
Events and seminars from the Molecular Systems for Health Research Group
Latest research news
When objects in space collide
Dr Jon Tandy discussed his research on the processes that happen in high-speed collisions in solar systems on the Science Off Camera podcast.
Reducing malnutrition in children undergoing chemotherapy
A London Met-GOSH study aimed to find out how different types of feeding affected the weight of children experiencing mucositis as a result of chemotherapy.
3D printing for drug delivery
Dr Bruno Sil dos Santos uses 3D printing to develop new surrogates that can mimic the same properties as human membranes to find new ways to improve approaches to drug delivery.
Fighting a near-impossible fight: using antibodies to eradicate viruses
Gary McLean, Professor in Molecular Immunology, explains his life’s work to find and use monoclonal antibodies to target viruses.
London Met PhD student named Nutritionist of the Year by the Caroline Walker Trust
Greg Lessons has been named nutritionist of the year by the Caroline Walker Trust for his innovative lifestyle programme for London's firefighters.