James studied Chemistry at the University of Southampton where he obtained his MChem degree (1st Class, 2017), before continuing on to study for his PhD.
During his undergraduate studies he undertook a research placement developing inhibitors of the ubiquitin pathway.
His final year project investigated the effect of macromolecular crowding on enzymatic reaction systems. For his PhD research, James used computational methodologies to investigate the conformational ensembles of therapeutically relevant peptides.
James joined E+F as a Technical Assistant in 2022.
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