Tuesday, 4 April 2017

PhD student Matt Seddon wins CINF Scholarship for Scientific Excellence

Matt Seddon, PhD student in the Chemoinformatics research group, has won the CINF Scholarship for Scientific Excellence at the American Chemical Society meeting in San Francisco, April 2-6. The scholarship program of the Division of Chemical Information (CINF) is designed to reward graduate and postdoctoral students in chemical information and related sciences for scientific excellence.

The award was made for his PhD work which he presented as a long abstract and in poster format:

Global spectral and diffusion geometry descriptors of 3D molecular shape for virtual screening
Authors: Matthew Seddon, David Cosgrove, Martin Packer and Val Gillet

Matt also gave an oral presentation.

Matt Seddon (second from right) and colleagues

Matt's PhD is being funded by a BBSRC Industrial CASE Partnership Studentship in collaboration with AstraZeneca. He is supervised by Professor Val Gillet.

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