Professor John E. Moses
John completed a DPhil at Oxford under the supervision of Professor Sir Jack Baldwin, FRS. In 2004, he moved to The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, to work with Professor K. B. Sharpless. His independent research career began at The University of London, School of Pharmacy in 2005, where he was appointed as an RCUK-EPSRC academic fellow in chemical biology/cancer medicinal chemistry. In September 2007, John moved to the University of Nottingham as an Associate Professor in Organic Chemistry, and promoted to Reader in 2012. In 2017 John moved to the University of La Trobe, Melbourne where he was promoted to Professor of Organic Chemistry and is based in the institute of molecular science. The group’s research interests include biomimetic synthesis, click chemistry, anti-cancer drug discovery and chemical biology.
La Trobe Institute for Molecular Sciences
Launched in 2009, LIMS brings together the University’s leading scientists to create new levels of collaboration, and a multi-disciplinary approach to drive innovation and produce translatable research outcomes.
The LIMS complex has 56 research and support laboratories, advanced research equipment, a 200-seat auditorium, and over 3,000 square metres of teaching facilities. Around 400 La Trobe academics, research fellows, postgraduate students and support staff are based at the Institute. LIMS also has an important regional node: many of its scientists work at La Trobe’s Bendigo campus.