James graduated from the University of Warwick with an integrated master’s in Biomedical Science. For his master’s project, he investigated the relationship between genetic polymorphisms within Human papillomavirus and cervical cancer.
James decided to embark on the challenge of a PhD at the Rosalind Franklin Institute as he is eager to delve deeper into key biological systems and address significant problems surrounding human health. James is excited to utilise the state-of-the-art technologies to produce the highest quality of research and develop my skills to become a well-rounded research scientist.
The infrastructure in place at the Franklin is amongst the best in the world. This motivates him as it provides the opportunity to take risks and obtain groundbreaking rewards. Likewise, innovations within the Franklin themes provide the foundations to attack problems from a multitude of angles which maximises the likelihood of success.