James graduated from Imperial College London in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology and went on to achieve a distinction in MSc Applied Biosciences and Biotechnology during the following year.
As part of his studies, James carried out projects in computational biology and has experience working with deep-learning AI models for object tracking, as well as molecular dynamics simulations, ligand pocket prediction and protein docking. Aside from bioinformatics and computational biology, James has studied a wide variety of life sciences areas and has knowledge of topics as diverse as synthetic biology, neuroscience and stem cells.
James joined Kilburn & Strode in 2021 as part of our Life Sciences and Chemistry group and is currently training to become a European and UK patent attorney.


MSc Applied Biosciences and Biotechnology – Imperial College London (2021)
BSc (Hons) Biotechnology – Imperial College London (2020)

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