Eva Hayball

Eva Hayball

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Physics, Chemistry and Earth Sciences

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology

Eva Hayball is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Adelaide under the supervision of Associate Professor Stephen Bell. Her research interests include the design, synthesis, and evaluation of novel compounds that demonstrate therapeutic potential for anticancer and antimicrobial applications. She is particularly interested in the synthesis of small molecule inhibitors for both bacterial and mammalian Cytochrome P450 enzymes for the treatment of TB and prostate cancer. Additionally, she is the co-chair of the National Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) Young Chemists Committee, secretary of the South Australian RACI Early Career Chemist Group and the UofA HDR Chemistry representative for the School of Physics, Chemistry and Earth Sciences and Association of Postgraduate Physical Sciences Students.

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2024 Lee, J. H. Z., Coleman, T., Mclean, M. A., Podgorski, M. N., Hayball, E. F., Stone, I. S. J., . . . Bell, S. G. (2024). Selective α-Hydroxyketone Formation and Subsequent C-C Bond Cleavage by Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenase Enzymes. ACS Catalysis, 14(11), 8958-8971.
    2023 Akter, J., Hayball, E. F., & Bell, S. G. (2023). Efficient regio- and stereo-selective C-H bond hydroxylation of steroids using an engineered heme-thiolate peroxygenase biocatalyst. Catalysis Science and Technology, 13(22), 6355-6359.
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Demonstrator - Organic Chemistry III, Medicinal and Biological Chemistry III, Advanced Synthetic Methods III

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