I completed my undergraduate MChem degree in Chemistry at Sheffield Hallam University and undertook a master's research project on; How physiochemical alterations to antimicrobial peptides affect peptide-membrane interactions using both NMR and biological assays.
My current research is focused on the development of novel metal-based antimicrobial agents for the treatment of infectious diseases. I am supervised by Peter Sadler Link opens in a new windoandLink opens in a new windowand, Chris Dowson and funded by Goldenkeys and the University of Warwick. I am also interested in designing antimicrobial peptides and exploring their mechanisms of action.
PhD Analytical Sciences, University of Warwick
" Novel antimicrobial agents for combatting infectious diseases"
|2022 - Present|
MChem Chemistry, Sheffield Hallam University
"How physiochemical alterations to antimicrobial peptides affect peptide-membrane interactions”
Supervised by Professor Peter Strong and Dr Keith Miller
|2017 - 2022|
- Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)