Henry was awarded an Academic Scholarship to the University of Warwick in 2009 and completed his MChem degree there in 2013, graduating with an upper second class degree. He has spent three years in the Birmingham University Officer’s Training Corps. He was also president of the University of Warwick Triathlon Club in 2011. Henry is currently starting his second year of PhD in the MAS CDT.
Henry's research involves the preparation and investigation of highly engineered mesoporous silica nanoparticles (MSNs) with precision engineered surfaces for use as positive MRI contrast agents and is also developing targeted agents. He is co-supervised by Prof. Charles Hutchinson, and regularly visits University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire and Rugby's St. Cross Hospital to analyse his samples using clinical MRI.
Prizes, Awards, Bursaries
Henry received a distinction for the Masters year of the Molecular Analytical Science Centre for Doctoral Training (MAS CDT) in 2015.
Henry has presented posters at the British Society for Nanomedicine 2nd Annual Conference 2016 in Cardiff, Molecular Imaging 2016 Meeting at University Hospital Coventry and Warwishire and at the MAS CDT Annual Conference 2016. He has also delivered oral presentations at the MAS CDT Annual Conference 2016 and the Midlands Young Research Meeting on Nanomaterials 2015.