Personal profile

My research in a nutshell

I am an analytical chemist and biomedical scientist, using bioanalytical innovations to measure small molecules by chromatography and mass spectrometry. With particular expertise in quantitative steroid analysis, including glucocorticoids, estrogens and androgens in human and pre-clinical settings. Investigations into other small molecule measurements including drugs, other lipid like molecules and metabolites of endogenous and exogenous molecules are also part of my research. I run the Mass Spectrometry Core, part of the Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility.

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Education/Academic qualification

Chemistry, Doctor of Science, Erythrocyte Oxidative Stress; Focus on Hormone Replacement Therapy, University of Strathclyde

1 Sept 19981 Jul 2002

Award Date: 20 Jan 2003

External positions

Vice Treasurer, Core Technologies for Life Sciences

5 Jan 2023 → …

Treasurer, Scottish Metabolomics Network

1 Aug 2022 → …


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