• Chem. Rev. article accepted!

    Congratulations to Yih Ching and Saonli for their review that has just been accepted in Chem. Rev. on the use of metal complexes against Neglected Tropical Diseases. This is a review with our esteemed colleague Prof. Phil Andrews from Monash University (Australia).

  • Interview of Sarah!

    A nice interview of our new post-doc can be found here!

  • Interview of Gilles!

    You can find a little interview of Gilles here

  • New article accepted in Parasites & Vectors!

    Our article with Prof. Jennifer Keise has just been accepted in Parasites & Vectors. Congratulations to Valentin and Jeannine. If you want to see very cool SEM images of schistosomes “attacked” by organometallic compounds, then just look https://parasitesandvectors.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13071-018-3132-x

  • Welcome to Sarah!

    We are very happy to welcome our first Alexander von Humboldt post-doc Sarah Keller. Sarah has just finished a PhD thesis with Prof. Ed Constable at the University of Basel (Switzerland). Sarah will work on the preparation of organometallic compounds as antiparasitic agents.

  • Article accepted in J. Mat. Chem. B !

    Our work on the encapsulation of Re(I)-based PDT photosensitizers into core-crosslinked star polymer nanoparticles with Mikey Whittaker and Thomas Davis from  Monash University (Australia) and Stefano Ferrari from the University of Zurich (Switzerland) is now out in J. Mat. Chem. B.

  • Feature Article accepted in Chem. Commun.!

    Congratulations to Marta for her review article that has been accepted in Chem. Commun.!

  • New paper in MedChemComm !

    Our article on the utilisation of ferrocenyl derivatives of mefloquine against schistosomiasis is now out in MedChemComm! It is really great to collaborate with Prof. Jennifer Keiser! Congrats to Faustine, Jeannine, Gordana, Lea and Marta!

  • Welcome to Max!

    We are very happy to welcome our new Msc student Maximilian Fellert who is arriving from the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich (Germany). Max will work with Anna on the preparation of novel ruthenium-based anticancer drug candidates.