Lidón Pruñonosa Lara, MChem

© L. Pruñonosa Lara

PhD student since 10/2021

photoswitchable supramolecular cages

lab 5.102

+49 (0)228 73 5667 (lab)

l.prunonosalara (at)

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Lidón, born and raised in a small town in Spain, moved to England in 2017 to complete her Chemistry degree with intercalated master’s at the University of Warwick. During her Master’s year, she joined the group of Prof. Mike Ward which led her to discover the amazing world of photoswitchable supramolecular cages. In 2021, following her passion for metallo-organic cages and travelling, she moved to Bonn to start her PhD studies.

Outside the lab, Lidón enjoys swimming, travelling and dogs (although she is allergic to them).



© ChemBioChem

Molecular Basis of Selectivity and Activity for the Antimicrobial Peptide Lynronne-1 Informs Rational Design of Peptide with Improved Activity

E. S. Jayawant, J. Hutchinson, D. Gašparíková, C. Lockey, L. Pruñonosa Lara, C. Guy, R. L. Brooks, A. M. Dixon,

ChemBioChem 2021, 22(14), 2430-2439.


Invited talks


International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR)
                          Invited to give a 15-minute talk on my Master’s project titled:
                          “How to administer a drug that cannot dissolve in the body – a chemical approach”.
                          Awarded a prize for best presenter ICUR 2021.

Poster presentations


The University of Warwick Undergraduate Research Showcase.
                           Presented my summer research project as a poster titled: “Can peptides save us from antimicrobial resistance?”.

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