Eva Hyde

Willingness to take PhD students


PhD projects

Eva Hyde’s research is centred on biophysical studies of protein structure, function and dynamics, in particular using NMR spectroscopy and, more recently, small angle scattering. Areas of interest include protein-ligand specificity, protein-DNA interactions and disordered proteins. Her current research focuses on two areas:

The structure and interactions of KorB, a protein controlling DNA-partitioning and gene regulation
The substrate specificity of nitroreductase enzymes which have potential for cancer gene therapy