Lorenzo Maggi (2016)
Lorenzo graduated from the University of Pavia with both his Bachelors and Masters degrees. His studies included research in the lab of Prof. Giuseppe Zanoni and an Erasmus placement with Prof. Steven Nolan.
Tom Barber (2017)
Tom graduated with an MChem from Durham University in 2016 following a research internship with Dr Chris Coxon and final-year and post-graduate projects with Prof. Andy Whiting. He joins the group as a member of Nottingham's CDT in Sustainable Chemistry.
Teresa Ambrosio (2017)
Teresa obtained both her Bachelors and Masters degrees from La Sapienza University, Rome. Her studies involved research in the labs of Prof. Daniele Gozzi, Dr Stefano di Stefano and Prof. Luigi Mandolini. She joins us as a member of the CDT in Sustainable Chemistry from the Loernaz group.
Aaron Senior (2018)
Aaron obtained his Masters degree from the University of Nottingham following final year research on the GSK Medicinal Chemistry Discovery Programme. His research is supported by the CDT in Sustainable Chemistry and Sygnature Discovery.
Katie Ruffell (2018)
Katie graduated with a Masters degree from the University of Nottingham following final year research with Prof. Chris Moody and a third-year industrial placement at GSK Stevenage. Katie's PhD research is supported by Syngenta.
Gemma Valentine (2019)
Gemma obtained her Masters degree from the University of Bristol following final year research with Prof. Richard P. Evershed. Her research is supported by the CDT in Sustainable Chemistry.
Desiree Dalligos (2019)
Desiree obtained her Bachelors and Masters degrees from Nottingham Trent, following research with Prof. John Wallis. Her research is supported by the CDT in Sustainable Chemistry and AstraZeneca, and is in collaboration with Dr Georgios Dimitrakis (School of Chemical Engineering, University of Nottingham).
Charlie Swan (2019)
Charlie graduated from the University of Nottingham following a research project in the Ball group. He returned to the group as a member of Nottingham's CDT in Sustainable Chemistry.
Ben Joynson (2019)
Ben obtained his Master's degree from the University of Bristol, having performed research with Dr Chris Russell. His project is supported by Eli Lilly.
Final Year Project Students & Visitors