Meet our Future Leaders Fellows

Meet our Future Leaders Fellows

Please see case studies below from our Future Leader Fellows from across the UK:

Adam Perriman, University of Bristol
Adam Perriman, University of Bristol

Supercharged protein-surfactant bioconjugates for next-generation cell therapies.

Alexander Valavanis, University of Leeds
Alexander Valavanis, University of Leeds

Terahertz-frequency sensors for atmospheric chemistry and space research.

Alkistis Pourtsidou, Queen Mary University of London
Alkistis Pourtsidou, Queen Mary University of London

Exploring the Universe with radio and optical galaxy surveys.

Amanda Jarvis, University of Edinburgh
Amanda Jarvis, University of Edinburgh

Artificial metalloenzymes as evolvable catalysts for selective chemical synthesis.

Anahid Basiri, University College London
Anahid Basiri, University College London

Indicative Data: Extracting 3D Models of Cities from Unavailability and Degredation of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).

Anna Lisa Varri, University of Edinburgh
Anna Lisa Varri, University of Edinburgh

Rethinking the dynamical paradigm of low-mass stellar systems.

Bajoun Wang, University of Edinburgh
Bajoun Wang, University of Edinburgh

Engineering orthogonal split inteins as scalable tools for synthetic biology and biomanufacturing.

Benjamin Lichman, University of York
Benjamin Lichman, University of York

The Daphniphyllum alkaloids: biosynthesis, biocatalysts and bioactives from a neglected natural product class.

Conor Fitzpatrick, University of Manchester
Conor Fitzpatrick, University of Manchester

Connecting the universe: Bringing Real Time Analysis to Particle Physics and Astronomy.

Constance Smith - The University of Manchester
Constance Smith - The University of Manchester

Tower block failures: high-rise living and global urbanism.

David Schaich, University of Liverpool
David Schaich, University of Liverpool

New Frontiers of Lattice Field Theory.

Eamonn Reading, King's College, London
Eamonn Reading, King's College, London

Determining structural dynamics of membrane proteins in their native environment: focus on bacterial antibiotic resistance.

Esther Breithoff, Birkbeck, University of London
Esther Breithoff, Birkbeck, University of London

Material Memories: Archaeology, Heritage and Human Rights Violations in South America.

Eva Viella Figueras, University of Liverpool
Eva Viella Figueras, University of Liverpool

Development of HV-CMOS sensor technology for the next generation of particle physics experiments.

Fay Bound Alberti, University of York
Fay Bound Alberti, University of York

About face: The affective and cultural history of face transplants.

Filipa Cox, University of Manchester
Filipa Cox, University of Manchester

How do ecological trade-offs drive ectomycorrhizal fungal community assembly? Fine-scale processes with large-scale implications.

Fiona Watt, University of Oxford
Fiona Watt, University of Oxford

Molecular Prediction of Osteoarthritis to enable its Prevention: Post-traumatic Osteoarthritis as an exemplar.

Hatef Sadeghi, Lancaster University
Hatef Sadeghi, Lancaster University

Exploiting quantum and phonon interference for molecular thermoelectricity and Seebeck sensing (MoQPI).

Helen Dodd, University of Reading
Helen Dodd, University of Reading

Adventurous play in schools as a mechanism for reducing risk for childhood anxiety.

Hien Ngo, Queen's University of Belfast
Hien Ngo, Queen's University of Belfast

Analysis and Design for Cell-free Massive MIMO.

Hong Liu, University of Warwick
Hong Liu, University of Warwick

Embeddings in Sparse Graphs.

James Lea, University of Liverpool
James Lea, University of Liverpool

Ice sheet and glacier stability in a warming world: Projecting future iceberg and sea level risks via rapid modelling and satellite image analysis.

John Simeon Biggins, University of Cambridge
John Simeon Biggins, University of Cambridge

Liquid Crystal Elastomers: from new material, via new mechanics to new machines.

Katie McQuaid, University of Leeds
Katie McQuaid, University of Leeds

Gender, Generation and Climate Change (GENERATE): Creative Approaches to Building Inclusive and Climate Resilient Cities in Uganda and Myanmar.

Ke Li, University of Exeter
Ke Li, University of Exeter

Transfer Optimisation System for Adaptive Automated Nature-Inspired Optimisation.

Kirsty Le Doare, St George's University of London
Kirsty Le Doare, St George's University of London

Invasive Group B Streptococcus disease in young infants: understanding host and pathogen immunity to inform maternal GBS vaccination development.

Lauren Gregoire, University of Leeds
Lauren Gregoire, University of Leeds

Constraining projections of ice sheet instabilities and future sea level rise.

Lucy Barnes, University College London
Lucy Barnes, University College London

Mental Models and Political Economy.

Marc Aurel Busche, University College, London
Marc Aurel Busche, University College, London

Cellular and circuit mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Marta Andres Miguel, University College London
Marta Andres Miguel, University College London

Biogenic amines in malaria mosquitoes: from hearing to swarming behaviour.

Mathilde Jauzac, Durham University
Mathilde Jauzac, Durham University

Using Cosmic Beasts to Uncover the Nature of Dark Matter.

Michelle Percharde, MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences
Michelle Percharde, MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences

Investigating retrotransposon-driven gene expression programmes in early development

Natalie Shenker, Imperial College London
Natalie Shenker, Imperial College London

Maximising the public health impact of a human milk bank.

Paul Donaldson, STFC's Central Laser Facility 
Paul Donaldson, STFC's Central Laser Facility 

Molecular stopwatch measurements of dynamics in catalysts, battery electrolytes and ionic liquids in situ.

Reinhard Maurer, University of Warwick
Reinhard Maurer, University of Warwick

Computational prediction of hot-electron chemistry: Towards electronic control of catalysis.

Rod Mitchell, University of Edinburgh
Rod Mitchell, University of Edinburgh

Protecting spermatogonial stem cells from chemotherapy-induced damage for fertility preservation in childhood cancer.

Ruth Keogh, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Ruth Keogh, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Evaluating effects of complex treatments in chronic disease using large observational datasets.

Sanjeev Kumar, University College London
Sanjeev Kumar, University College London

Engineering Future Quantum Technologies in Low-Dimensional Systems.

Sarah Lewthwaite, University of Southampton
Sarah Lewthwaite, University of Southampton

Teaching accessibility in the digital set.

Sarah Lloyd Fox, University of Cambridge
Sarah Lloyd Fox, University of Cambridge

Brain biomarkers and effective interventions to tackle global poverty from birth.

Sarah Marks, Birkbeck, University of London
Sarah Marks, Birkbeck, University of London

Cognitive Behavioural Therapies in Britain: Welfare, Society and the Individual since 1948.