I obtained my BSc and PhD at the University of Wales, Cardiff in 1992 and 1997 respectively. My PhD was in structural systematics and molecular modelling, which I undertook whilst working part-time for the National Crystallography Service, both under the supervision of Professor Mike Hursthouse. On completion of my thesis I moved to a PDRA appointment with the Royal Institution, but based at the CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory, where I worked with a collaborative team to build the highly successful Small Molecule Single Crystal beamline, 9.8. In 1998 I again joined forces with Mike Hursthouse when I moved to Southampton to establish a new laboratory and manage the National Crystallography Service. I transferred to Chemistry staff in July 2009 and took over the role of Director of the National Crystallography Service and became a Senior Lecturer in 2012 and Associate Professor in 2014.
I am involved in many areas of research and teaching - please check out my academic website for more details. I currently spearhead the drive to make working practice and the department of chemistry at Southampton a more sustainable endeavour.
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