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    Dr Guzman Gil-ramirez

    Senior Lecturer

    School of Chemistry
    College of Science

    About Guzman Gil-ramirez

    Guzman was born in Castellon (Spain). He obtained his PhD (2009) under the supervision of Professor Pablo Ballester at the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ) in Tarragona (Spain). He then spent three years at the University of Oxford working with Prof Harry L. Anderson and Prof Andrew G. Briggs followed by another three years at the University of Manchester in Prof David A. Leigh’s group. He began his independent career in March 2016 as a Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Lincoln.

    Our research is in the field of supramolecular chemistry, mainly focused in developing rare earth containing assemblies, for imaging and selective chemical modification of proteins.

    Department Responsibilities

    I teach in the Core Chemistry 3.1 and lead the Practical Chemistry 3.1 undergraduate labs:

    CHM3002M - Core Chemistry 3.1 (8 lectures)
    CHM3004M - Practical Chemistry 3.1 (Laboratory)

    Office hours: My official office hours are Mondays 16:00-18:00, but I am always available to talk about course material (office JBL2W21). If you would like to schedule a meeting, please feel free to email me

    Subject Specialism

    Self-assembly, non-covalent interactions.


    • PhD Chemistry — ICIQ / Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain), 2009
    • B Sc. Chemistry — Universitat Jaume I (Spain), 2004

    Professional Affiliations

    External Activities and Consultancy

    Athena Swan Assessment Panel Member for the Equality Challenge Unit

    Research Projects

    • Synthesis of a Lanthanide-template [2]catenane for Optical Anion Sensing — Awarded £1,600 by Royal Society of Chemistry UGSB in 2017
    • Knotted Coiled Coils as a Model System for Studying Protein Stability — Awarded £4,000 by Royal Society of Chemistry in 2017

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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