Miss Kirsty Smitten

Miss Kirsty Smitten
Miss Kirsty Smitten
Early Career Researcher
The University of Sheffield


Presentations at Research & Innovation 2021

Tue23  Feb10:20am(20 mins)
Ruthenium antimicrobial compounds - an alternative to traditional antimicrobials

Session: Early Career Professional - Impact Award Presentation
Room: Conference Room 1

Profile of Miss Kirsty Smitten

I am a finally year PhD student at The University of Sheffield, currently in the process of forming and leading an antimicrobial spin-out company MetalloBio. MetalloBio will look to develop two antimicrobial compounds synthesised in my PhD. The compounds are active on pathogenic, Gram-negative bacterial strains, including those highlighted by The World Health Organisation as a critical priority for the development of new therapeutics.


Please login to send a Private Message

Hosted By

The European Laboratory Research & Innovation Group Our Vision : To provide outstanding, leading edge knowledge to the life sciences community on an open access basis
Event Logo Follow us on Twitter

Get the App

Get this event information on your mobile by
going to the appstore or google play and search for 'elrig'
Eventflo Home
copyright ELRIG, eventflo.co.uk, Labhoo Ltd 2003-2021