Graham B. Jones
Graham B. Jones is a Professor and Chair of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Codirector of the Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis at Northeastern University in Boston, Mass, USA. He was educated in the UK, receiving B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in chemistry from the University of Liverpool and the Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, respectively. He then moved to the USA as a NATO Fellow and conducted independent research at Harvard University with E. J. Corey, the 1990 Nobelist in chemistry. His research expertise lies at the interface of organic and medicinal chemistry, and has resulted in over 100 publications involving numerous collaborative partnerships with the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. He has been appointed to several editorial posts for scholarly scientific journals, and was awarded the D.S. degree in 2006 for his contributions to medicinal chemistry. Current areas of research interest involve design and synthesis of targeted antitumor agents, radiomedicinal chemistry for PET/SPECT imaging agents, and targeted CNS agents.
Biography Updated on 11 October 2009