I graduated from the University of Bristol with an MSci in Chemistry with Industrial Experience. My final year research project focused on the synthesis of air stable tertiary phosphines employing an extended π-conjugated backbone, which was carried out under the supervision of professor Paul Pringle.
I first came across the field of medical imaging during a lecture course that focused on the utility of second and third-row transition metals in medical imaging. Following this lecture course, I quickly grasped the role that medical imaging played in revolutionising clinical diagnosis in medicine and have decided to pursue a career within this emerging field of research.
The multidisciplinary CDT medical imaging programme hosted by King’s and Imperial provides an ideal environment where students are taught the skills and cross-disciplinary knowledge that prepares them for the pertinent PhD programme