Nick has responsibility for delivering a sustainable increase in the quality and impact of our research, and ensuring an inclusive and diverse research culture with first-rate support for staff.
Before joining the University, he was a reader in Systems Biology at the University of Surrey, where he led the REF2014 preparations for the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. He is a science graduate of the University of Nottingham, where he gained both his undergraduate [BSC (Hons) Biochemistry and Genetics] and postgraduate [PhD Toxicology] degrees. He was enrolled as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology in 2016. He has served on the NC3Rs grant and fellowship panels (2013-2017), committee on toxicity of chemicals in food, consumer products and then environment (2007-2017) and the MHRA Pharmacovigilance expert advisory group (2011-2017).
His area of research explores how the body coordinates its response to chemical challenge, with a particular interest in using computational approaches to predict the ultimate impact of chemical exposure on human health. He has been involved in a number of industry-academia partnerships to investigate, and model, these response networks, contributing towards our understanding of basic biological mechanisms as well as the longer term goal of personalised medicine and health advice.
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