Over an 18 year period as a research-active scientist, I have published my work extensively in peer-reviewed journals and at international conferences. This work has been cited 4323 times within scientific literature. I also sit on the Editorial Boards of four reputable, international scientific journals and regularly peer-review papers for journals within the field of Analytical Chemistry. I was an invited session chair for an international scientific conference in autumn 2017 and I have been interviewed for expert opinion by the scientific media on several occasions (e.g.https://www.genomeweb.com/archive/meta-metabolomics and https://www.genengnews.com/magazine/metabolomics-research-picks-up-speed/2/) .
My experience as a research active scientist at the cutting-edge of my field gives me a working knowledge of science and statistics well beyond the school-based curriculum, whilst still being knowledgeable in areas required to be successful at GCSE and A’level.
Picture: A PhD student from my research group tuning the newly installed 600 MHz NMR spectrometer at the University of Nottingham