I graduated from King's College London with a Master's Degree in Analytical Toxicology, graduating with distiction. This programme had a core focus on mass spectrometry techniques and applications, and as part of this I did a three month project placement at the Institute of Cancer Research working on the development of rapid oligonucleotide identification by mass spectrometry. Subsequently, I enrolled at the University of Leeds for a PhD.
My work at Leeds aims to apply novel and existing mass spectrometry techniques to structural biology problems, including hydrogen-deuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX), fast photochemical oxidation of proteins (FPOP), native mass spectrometry and ion mobility coupled to mass spectrometry.
My research interests include
- Biological Mass Spectrometry
- Structural Biology
- Protein Biology
- Drug Formulation
- PhD, Biological Sciences, University of Leeds
- MSc, Analytical Toxicology, King's College London