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Department of Zoology



Hailing from Canada, I am currently undertaking an MD/PhD at Wolfson College.  My PhD focuses on using molecular bioinformatic techniques including molecular dynamics (MD) in order to better understand how and why Influenza and other viruses evolve in the way they do.  This imporved understanding will enable us to produce more effective vaccines against these pathogens.


Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Pathogens, Virology, Influenza, Xenobiology, Vaccine design, Antiviral design


Other publications: 


Adabala P. J. P., LeGresley E., Kerry P.S., Pinto B. M. (2013). Exploitation of the Catalytic Site and 150 Cavity for Design of Neuraminidase Inhibitors. Journal of Organic Chemistry. 78(21): pp 10867–10877. doi:10.1021/jo401854w

Greenway K. T., LeGresley E., Pinto B. M. (2013). The Influence of 150-Cavity Binders on the Dynamics of Influenza A Neuraminidases as Revealed by Molecular Dynamics Simulations and Combined Clustering. PLoS ONE. 8(3): e59873. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059873