A new approach to the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis with magnetic nanobeads is showing promise.
Helen is a Senior Lecturer in Bioscience at Keele University, UK. Her research focuses on the molecular and cell biology of kinetoplastids and the exploitation of this knowledge towards the development of new therapeutics.
Latest posts by Helen Price (see all)
- Can we treat leishmaniasis with tiny magnets? - 22nd March 2019
- The waste disposal system of parasites: a new target for drugs against neglected tropical diseases - 23rd September 2016
A new study has identified the proteosome protein complex as a promising new drug target for kinetoplastid protozoa, with one compound able to act against three… Read more »