New Path Molecular Research: we are all about bringing the best and most innovative chemistry to our product discovery projects and collaborations.
We believe the impact that can be made by the best, most creative chemists, supported by the most sophisticated machine assisted chemistry tools has yet to be explored.
Founder Prof Steve Ley
Prof Ley has published over 850 publications and patents and has been recognised by 43 major prizes and awards. He has a world reputation for his research into the development of new synthesis methods for the construction of biologically important molecules and the development of novel flow chemistry methods to enhance the capabilities of organic synthesis. Steve has been the BP 1702 Professor of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge since 1992 and is currently Director of Research.
CEO Elizabeth Farrant
Elizabeth brings a 20 year track record of technology development and commercialisation in the pharmaceutical industry. During her career she has held leadership and commercial roles at SmithKline Beecham/GSK, Pfizer and a Pfizer spin-out. Originally trained as a synthetic chemist she has also published in chemical technologies, flow chemistry and lead diversification.
CTO Nikzad Nikbin
Nik has a degree in pharmacy and a PhD on the design and synthesis of bivalent ligands for adrenergic receptors. His recent work at the University of Cambridge GlaxoSmithKline's technology development lab and at the Innovative Technology Centre uses novel technologies to prepare functional molecules as diverse as drug candidates, agrochemicals and probes for studying biological processes. His work has been published in many highly cited peer reviewed journals.
New Path Molecular
Our labs are located on the Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge UK in the heart of the Cambridge Biotech hub.
Industrial Postdoctoral Associate
New Path is recruiting an industrial post doc to carry out research in flow chemistry as part of a joint industrial postdoctoral project between Servier and New Path Molecular, supervised by Prof Steven Ley. The role holder will carry out research into the application of flow chemistry and continuous processing to challenges in the Servier pipeline. There will be the opportunity to apply the methods developed to chemical problems suitable for publication. Application deadline is Wed 11th April 2018.