Medicinal chemistry

Medicinal Chemistry

Medicinal Chemistry is a research theme within the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS).

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Prof Jonathan Baell collaborates with PMCC on Nature publication

Professor Jonathan Baell from MIPS has collaborated with researchers from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre to discover a new way to target acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) at its source - a discovery that could yield a more effective

MIPS maintains top score in 2018 ERA rankings

The Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences has again received excellent results in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings.

Representatives of the three PharmAlliance partners: (L-R) Dr Andreia Bruno (Monash), Dr Oksana Pyzik (UCL) and Dr David Steeb (UNC)

PharmAlliance meets at Monash University

PharmAlliance, the research, professional practice and education partnership between the Schools of Pharmacy at Monash University, University College London (UCL) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), has held its

Faculty success in major Commonwealth grant programs

The Monash Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has been awarded nearly $20 million dollars in research funding in the recent rounds of grants announced by the National Health and Medical Research Council (“NHMRC”) and the

Monash scientists gain multimillion-dollar NIH grant for ‘superbug’ drug discovery program

August 2017

A world-leading team, led by Professor Jian Li from the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI), has been awarded a multi-million dollar grant

Monash research sparks major change in editorial policy

May 2017

Monash University drug discovery research has led to a change in editorial policy of the world’s largest scientific society, in a move that could save government and industry millions of dollars a year in

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Monash-led collaboration lands $1 million to tackle deadly disease

April 2017

A coalition of researchers from Monash University, the University of Melbourne and The Indian Institute of Chemical Biology has been awarded A$1 million in research funding to develop a new treatment for the

Slow marine snails use insulin to drug prey

23 Jan 2017

Researchers have discovered that the hormone, insulin, which regulates energy metabolism in humans, is used by a marine snail to subdue and capture its prey.

MIPS researchers develop potential new cures for Chagas Disease

8 November 2016

A new class of trypanosomacides has been synthesised by MIPS research teams headed by Professor Jonathan Baell and Dr Raphael Rahmani.