Dr. Steve Enoch
Lecturer in Pharmaceutical Sciences
|Name||Dr. Steve Enoch|
|Telephone||+44 (0)151 231 2146|
James Parsons Building
Liverpool John Moores University
2006 – 2011: Post-doctoral research - the use of in silico methods in regulatory toxicology. Liverpool John Moores University
2005 – 2006: Computational chemist - development of in silico methods for drug discovery. Peakdale molecular
2004 – 2005: Computational chemist - development of in silico methods for drug discovery. Cyprotex Ltd
2004: MSc in Chemoinformatics. The University of Sheffield
2003: PhD in Computational Chemistry. Heriot-Watt University
1999: BSc (2:1) Chemistry. Heriot-Watt University
My research interests are in the area of computational toxicology, specifically how mechanistic chemistry can be incorporated into computational workflows aimed at reducing the use of experimental animals in toxicity testing. I have a particular interest and expertise in understanding the key interactions that initiate a number of biological pathways that lead to adverse toxicity outcomes. Understanding these key interactions between a chemical and a biological system is useful in building computational workflows that can give an indication of toxicity of industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals.
I am involved in the teaching of chemistry within the various degree streams within the School.