To find out how to translate bioscience, he worked in a chemical engineering department before arriving at the Reading School of Pharmacy. In the broad field of pharmaceutical science, we combine chemistry, biology and physical sciences to advance modern healthcare.
"What I really wanted to do was make things, innovate, and actually try and solve the biomedical problems as an innovator rather than try and study the disease on a fundamental level. I was much more interested in fixing the problems than just understanding the science.
"I absolutely love my current role because I get to combine all the different tools, tricks and technologies that we have developed to try and solve clinical problems. And because I studied as a scientist, I understand how complex these problems are. My general principle is to try and find very simple solutions that can help solve a real clinical need."