I completed my undergraduate MSci degree in Biochemistry at the University of East Anglia and undertook a masters research project in characterising phytase enzymes in plants, where I experienced utilising HPLC-MS and ICP-MS.
Previous research experience include:
- University of East Anglia, Internship: Analysis of solution state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) relaxation data of an intrinsically disordered protein.
- Institute of Biophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Placement: Investigating G4 quadruplex DNA formation and DNA interactions using CD spectroscopy and AFM.
My current research is focused on the development of fast magic-angle spinning (MAS) solid-state NMR methods for applications to biological systems. I am supervised by Steven BrownLink opens in a new window and Józef Lewandowski, and funded by Bruker and the University of Warwick. I am also interested in the use of relevant model compounds for proteins and plant cell walls.
PhD Analytical Sciences, University of Warwick
"Developing fast magic-angle spinning NMR methods for applications to biological systems”
|2022 - Present|
MSci Biochemistry, University of East Anglia
"Characterising the Biochemical Activity of MINPP and PAPhy in Hordeum vulgare”
Supervised by Professor Charles Brearley
|2018 - 2022|
- Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)