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    Dr Pallavi Sharma

    Senior Lecturer

    School of Chemistry
    College of Science

    About Pallavi Sharma

    After completing her PhD from the National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), Pune, India Pallavi joined the research group of Dr John E Moses at The University of Nottingham, UK in 2007. Her independent research career started (2012) at the University of Lincoln where she was appointed as a Lecturer in Organic Chemistry within The School of Life Sciences, and later moved to The School of Chemistry. Her current research interest includes Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology.

    Department Responsibilities

    Year 1 Tutor
    Module Leader in UG and PG Degree Programme

    Subject Specialism

    Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology

    Qualifications

    • PhD — National Chemical Laboratory, University of Pune, India, 2007

    Awards

    • Royal Society Research Grant — Royal Society, 2014
    • Senior Research Fellowship, 2003-2006 — CSIR, India, 2003
    • Junior Research Fellowship, 2001-2003 — CSIR, India, 2001

    Professional Affiliations

    • HEA — Fellow

    Research Projects

    • Heterocycles, Spirocycles and Beyond: Unified Routes via Cyanamides — Awarded £55,500 by School of Chemistry, University of Lincoln in 2016
    • Cyanamides: Exploring New Approaches Towards Heterocyclic Scaffolds — Awarded £124,363 by EPSRC in 2015
    • The development of continuous flow & photochemical syntheses of complex antimalarial natural products — Awarded £15,000 by Royal Society in 2014
    • Syntheses of complex antimalarial natural products — Awarded £10,119 by University of Lincoln Research Investment Fund in 2013
    • Targeting Helicase-Primase: A Fragment Based Approach towards New Inhibitors of Herpes Simplex Virus — Awarded £60,000 by University of Lincoln, College of Science, Studentship in 2013

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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