Originally born in Essex, England in 1993. He achieved a first class honours in his integrated Master of Biology and BSc Biochemistry (MBiol) degree from Leeds in 2015. During which he studied the how conformational changes of RNase E arbitrate the capture and cleavage of RNA. In September 2015 he joined the Bradley group as part of the OPTIMA (optical medical imaging) center for doctoral training, with a project aimed at developing new “firecracker” probes for dynamic lung cancer imaging.
In his spare time he enjoys following sport, and a passionate supporter of the Saracens rugby union team, playing the cornet, jogging, reading and socialising with friends.