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Dr Sam Griggs

Post-doc Researcher in High Throughput Discovery Methods

Sam is a PDRA in high-throughput discovery methods at the Rosalind Franklin Institute. He will be based at the University of Leeds, working closely with Professor Adam Nelson and Dr Samuel Liver to establish the new high-throughput facility, which will then be relocated to the Harwell site.

Sam graduated with an MChem from the University of Nottingham in 2014. He obtained his PhD from the University of York in 2018 in synthetic organic chemistry, before completing a 2 year PDRA at the University of Leeds in fragment-oriented synthesis.

View Sam’s publications here.

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