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Dr Robert Faulkner obtained a BSc in Forensic and Analytical Science (Hons) at the University of Huddersfield in 2011 with his placement year at the university spent working on various mass spectrometry based research and teaching projects (including small molecule analysis, the development of new and novel practicals for teaching and analysing the cystic fibrosis drug Tobramycin by LC-MSMS).

After graduating, Robert began working in the mass spectrometry team at the analytical services company Intertek Pharmaceutical Services in Manchester before returning 12 months later to the University of Huddersfield to embark on a PhD programme under the supervision of Professor Craig Rice. After completing the PhD programme (Synthesis and Coordination Chemistry of Novel Ligands for Metallosupramolecular Assembly, 2016), he has continued as a Post Doctoral Research Assistant for the Rice group. His research interests currently lie in self assembled metallosupramolecular systems with particular focus on ruthenium chemistry and it's effects on cancers, and the binding of anions and their effects on the wider environment.


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