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Katherine Jolley's Biography

Katherine Jolley, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Leeds

Dr. Katherine Jolley received her MChem degree from the University of Bath in 2009 during which she undertook a 12 month industrial placement at GSK, Stevenage working within analytical and synthetic chemistry groups. Katherine obtained her PhD in 2013 from the University of Warwick with Prof. Martin Wills for her thesis entitled “Development of catalysts for asymmetric hydrogenation”. In July 2013, Katherine moved to the University of Leeds as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Institute of Process Research and Development under the supervision of Prof. John Blacker. Her research, funded by Chem21 as part of the EU Innovative Medicines Initiative, focuses on the development of continuous processes for the formation and reaction of amines and amides, primarily looking at the continuous formation and reaction of chloramines and the development of a continuous, solution phase process for peptide formation.

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Continuous Peptide Formation in the Aqueous Phase

Friday, 22 January 2016 at 15:45

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This talks describes the development of a continuous process for aqueous, solution phase synthesis of peptides by reaction of N-carboxyanhydrides with unprotected amino acids.

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