I am in the second year of my PhD as part of the MRC Doctoral Training Partnership at Warwick Medical School. For my PhD I am investigating nutrient acquistion mechanisms of the globally important human pathogen, Mycobacterium tuberculosis. I am using a range of quantitative techniques (proteomics, advanced imaging and data analysis) and interdisciplinary skills that bridge the gap between the chemical and medical sciences (biophysics, fluorescence assays, synthetic biology).
2015 - 2016: University of Warwick, Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research MSc Distinction
2012 - 2015: University of Warwick, Biomedical Sciences BSc (Hons) 1st Class
The salt bridge hypothesis of E.coli PBP1b - Supervised by Dr David Roper
Investigating nutrient acquistion methods utilised by Mycobacterium tuberculosis during infection - Supervised by Dr Elizabeth Fullam