Adam Watkins works as an Assistant professor of Reproductive Biology at the University of Nottingham. Here, Adam investigates the impact of paternal diet on sperm quality, post-fertilisation development and long-term offspring health in a mouse model.
Prior to taking up his lectureship at the University of Nottingham, Fellowship at Aston University, Adam undertook separate fellowships at Aston University and the University of Nottingham working with Professor Kevin Sinclair. Here, Adam developed his models and established the initial research questions on which he is still working. Before this, Adam worked in the laboratory of Professor Tom Fleming at the University of Southampton where he developed his interest in how perturbed early patterns of development can have long-term impact on offspring health.