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Over the past 25 years the Bradley group has employed peptide chemistry at the interface of medicine and chemistry from arrays to bacterial probes.

Over the past 10 years the Bradley group has had a very close relationship with the groups of Professor Chris Haslett and Dr Kev Dhaliwal (both in the Medical School) in the area of Optical Molecular Imaging.

Polymeric biomaterials have become an integral part of the biomedical arena, with applications ranging from the basic (blood bags and catheters) to the complex (tissue engineering scaffolds and drug delivery devices).

The Bradley group is currently involved in a multidisciplinary project called IMPACT (Implantable Microsystems for Personalised Anti-Cancer Therapy) led by Professor Alan Murray (University’s School of Engineering). The whole team consists of engineers, chemists, veterinary scientists, social scientists and human cancer specialists working together.

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