James is a PhD candidate working in Evolutionary Biology. His research is focused on understanding extreme parallel evolution as a stepping stone toward answering the question: can we accurately predict the future of evolution? To achieve this, James works primarily as a microbiologist and complements his lab work with in silico analyses.
Outside of academia, James has garnered experience in science journalism and communication through his time on the editorial team for two science magazines at Imagine/Future Publishing.
BSc Biochemistry, MRes Biotechnology