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Academic history

Oct. 10 - Sept. 15 Royal Society Research Fellow

 University Research Fellowship (URF), Dept of Chemistry, University of Warwick

“new chemical keys to unlock the production of novel microbial antibiotics”

 

Jan. 10 - Sept. 10 Wellcome Trust Research Fellow in Biomedical Sciences

 Value In People (VIP) Fellowship, Dept of Chemistry, University of Warwick

Preliminary investigations for my research programme:

“new chemical keys to unlock the production of novel microbial antibiotics”

 

Nov. 06 - Dec. 09 BBSRC funded Researcher Co-investigator (PI: Prof. Challis)

Dept of Chemistry, University of Warwick

Elucidation of the unusual methylenomycin biosynthetic pathway in Streptomyces coelicolor

 

Jul. 04 - Oct. 06 Postdoctoral Research Assistant (EU sponsored: ActinoGEN network)

Prof. Gregory L. Challis’ Group, Dept of Chemistry, University of Warwick

Multidisciplinary analysis of natural products from Streptomyces species

 

Oct. 00 - May 04 Ph.D in Chemical Biology (EPSRC sponsored)

Dr Philip A.S. Lowden’s group, School of Chemistry, University of Exeter

The first biosynthetic studies on the azinomycin antibiotics

 

Sept. 98 - Sept. 99 Magistere of Pharmacology and DEA (MSc) in Molecular Biology

 University of Nice (France); included a 6-month at L’Oréal Recherche

 

Sept. 93 - Sept. 97 Licence (BSc) and Maîtrise (MSc) in Biochemistry

 University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis (France)