leveraging openness to accelerate science, organic chemistry, cheminformatics
Associate Professor of Chemistry, 1996 - present
College de France
Postdoc, 1994 - 1996
Developed new transfection vectors under a gene therapy project funded by a cystic fibrosis association. Supervisor: Jean-Marie Lehn.
Postdoc, 1993 - 1994
Developed a new photoremovable protecting group for alcohols suitable for light-directed, spatially-addressable DNA synthesis on microscope slides for sequencing by hybridization. Supervisor: Michael Pirrung
Open Notebook Science, Open Data, solubility and melting point collection, curation and modeling, malaria, Ugi reaction, cheminformatics
Jean-Claude Bradley is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Drexel University. He leads the UsefulChem, Open Notebook Science Challenge and the Chemical Rediscovery Survey projects, initiatives designed to make the scientific process as transparent as possible by publishing all research work in real time to a collection of public blogs, wikis and other web pages. Currents projects focus on open collections and open modeling of solubility and melting point data. Applications include drug and reaction discovery, the and the creation of an app to recommend solvents for recrystallization, created in collaboration with Andrew Lang. We currently have almost 1000 visitors per day querying our experimental and model estimates of melting points and solubility in about 100 solvents.
University of Ottawa
Chemistry PhD, 1989 - 1993
Chemistry BSc, 1985 - 1989
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