Priska Frei graduated from the University of Basel in March 2014 with a MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences. She conducted her master thesis at the Institute of Molecular Pharmacy. Her work concentrated on the synthesis of phosphate prodrugs of FimH antagonists to improve their oral bioavailability. In June 2014, she rejoined the group for her PhD studies. Her research addresses target-directed dynamic cominatorial libraries as a tool for lead finding.
|Frei, Priska; Pang, Lijuan; Silbermann, Marleen; Eriş, Deniz: Target-directed Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry: A Study on Potentials and Pitfalls as Exemplified on a Bacterial Target, in: Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany), 2017, S. epub ahead of print.|
|Kleeb, Simon; Jiang, Xiaohua; Frei, Priska; Sigl, Anja; Bezençon, Jacqueline; Bamberger, Karen; Schwardt, Oliver; Ernst, Beat: FimH Antagonists: Phosphate Prodrugs Improve Oral Bioavailability, in: Journal of medicinal chemistry 59, 2016, H. 7, S. 3163-82.|