My work sits at the interface of Biological Sciences, chemical biology, chemistry, biochemistry and genomics entailing the development and application of novel enabling technologies to basic science and disease characterisation.
My research focuses on the application of proteomics based mass spectrometry to the fields of Microbiology, Pathogens, Parasitology, Pharmacology, Biotechnology and human health. My current focus is on defining the molecular aetiology of host pathogen interactions within the gut.Find out more
Our group is interested in working with researcher at all career points who are interested in applying mass spectrometry and chemical biology to answer biological problems. Enquiries from students who are interested in our research are welcome.
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