Samuel  Liver

cm11sjl@leeds.ac.uk

01133436436



Sam graduated with a first class MChem degree in Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Leeds in 2015. His final year project was supervised by Dr Stuart Warriner and focussed on investigating receptor-target signal recognition in the peroxisome import pathway.

Sam’s PhD was funded by EPSRC and the project focused on expanding the toolkit of reactions for activity-directed synthesis that will enable the efficient discovery of diverse bioactive small molecules. He moved onto a postdoctoral position with the group.

Publications with Professor Nelson:

140 Samuel  Liver , Jacob  Masters and Adam  Nelson , "Function-driven Discovery of Bioactive Small Molecules", Chemical and Biological Synthesis: Enabling Approaches for Understanding Biology 2018, , 138-152
Keywords: "Diversity-oriented synthesis"

136 Shiao  Chow , Samuel  Liver and Adam  Nelson , "Streamlining bioactive molecular discovery through integration and automation", Nat. Rev. Chem. 2018, 2, 174-183
Keywords: "Diversity-oriented synthesis"