About Emeritus Professor Trevor Hambley

Emeritus Professor Hambley is leading the development of new methods for monitoring and modifying the distribution of anticancer drugs in solid tumours and new methods for identifying and targeting tumours.

Emeritus Professor Hambley’s research group investigate the relationship between the reduction potentials of platinum (IV) complexes and their biological activities, as well as methods for controlling the physical and biological properties of these complexes. His research group also investigate the development of synchrotron radiation based methods for the in situ determination of oxidation state of platinum in biological environments and for reliably determining platinum distribution in these environments. Emeritus Professor Hambley's group also investigates cobalt complexes as delivery against for anticancer agents.

Trevor Hambley is Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at the School of Chemistry
For further information about Emeritus Professor Hambley, refer to his Academic Profile Online.