Dr Alice Andreu
Research Scientist, Chem-Analytical Section
Centre for Drug Candidate Optimisation (CDCO)
Alice Andreu is a Research Scientist within the Chem-Analytical Section of the Centre for Drug Candidate Optimisation (CDCO). Originally from France, Alice gained her Masters in Chemistry from the University of Bristol and her Biological Chemistry Ph.D. from Imperial College London, UK. She has a background in both research and secondary teaching and has worked for GlaxoWellcome, Imperial College London, Baker IDI and various high schools. Alice has a wide range of skills, from chemical analysis to biochemistry, microbiology, cell biology and molecular biology. Her current role involves determining the physicochemical characteristics of drug candidates, such as partition coefficient, solubility and pKa. Her interests include woodworking, oil painting, boxing, conservation and volunteering for St John Ambulance.
Andreu, A., Fairweather, N. and Miller, A. D. (2008), Clostridium Neurotoxin Fragments as Potential Targeting Moieties for Liposomal Gene Delivery to the CNS. ChemBioChem, 9: 219–231. doi: 10.1002/cbic.200700277