Dr Eleonora Diamanti


Eleonora Diamanti was trained as medicinal chemist and did her Ph.D. with Prof. Piomelli (iit, Genova), working one year with Prof. Aggarwal and his team in Bristol on the total synthesis of a natural product. In 2016, she joined the Hirsch group as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Groningen and she is currently working at HIPS, focusing on the design and synthesis of anti-infective agents.


Search for the Active Ingredients from a 2-Aminothiazole DMSO Stock Solution with Antimalarial Activity

Ropponen H, Bader C, Diamanti E, Illarionov B, Rottmann M, Fischer M, Witschel M, Müller R, Hirsch A (2021)

ChemMedChemDOI: 10.1002/cmdc.202100067

Assessment of the rules related to gaining activity against Gram-negative bacteria

Ropponen H, Diamanti E, Siemens A, Illarionov B, Haupenthal J, Fischer M, Rottmann M, Witschel M, Hirsch A (2021)

RSC Med. Chem.DOI: 10.1039/D0MD00409J


Discovery of Antibacterial Agents Inhibiting the Energy-Coupling Factor (ECF) Transporters by Structure-Based Virtual Screening

Diamanti E, Setyawati I, Bousis S, mojas l, Swier L, Haupenthal J, Gibson P, Volz C, stanek w, Jaeger m, …, Slotboom D, Hirsch A (2020)

BookDOI: 10.26434/chemrxiv.11728710.v1


Energy-Coupling Factor Transporters as Novel Antimicrobial Targets

Bousis S, Setyawati I, Diamanti E, Slotboom D, Hirsch A (2019)

DOI: 10.1002/ADTP.201800066


DXS as a target for structure-based drug design

Gierse R, Redeem E, Diamanti E, Wrenger C, Groves M, Hirsch A (2017)

Future medicinal chemistry 9 (11): 1277-1294DOI: 10.4155/fmc-2016-0239