Dr Dominique Hoogland PhD (Cantab)
Dr Dominique Hoogland is a Senior Research Associate in the Ulmschneider research group in the Department of Chemistry, King's College London.
With a background in supramolecular and material chemistry, her research is now focused on harnessing computational research to guide the design of new peptide-based drugs.
She obtained her Bsc (Bachelor of Science) and Msc (Master of science) degrees in Biomedical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology in 2012 and 2014 respectively. She then moved to the UK to pursue a PhD degree in Chemistry at the University of Cambridge (awarded in 2019), focusing on supramolecular hydrogels and uncovering the relation between small molecule kinetics and bulk material properties. Her interest in pursuing more medically relevant research led her to join the research group of Professor Martin Ulmschneider at King’s College London in 2019.
- Molecular Dynamics Simulations
- Peptide-lipid interactions
- Membrane active peptides