Eduardo Bravo

SBMS Trainee: Eduardo Bravo

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I'm starting my second year as a PhD student in Chemistry in the Tonge's lab and my main focus is in the development of long residence time inhibitors of LpxC. Our hypothesis is that LpxC inhibitors that dissociate slowly from the target may have extended activity at low drug concentration enabling dosing frequency to be reduced and, hence widening the therapeutic window. The goal of this project is therefore to design and synthesize long residence time inhibitors of LpxC. I have a passion for soccer, I love traveling, and I learn French and Italian during my free time.