James has been a scientist since the age of 5 when he did his
proper experiments (with write up) and has been improving since then.
Unfortunately his spelling has not improved, much... James studied at
Oxford University and gained a Masters degree in Molecular Cellular
Biochemistry before his PhD at Cambridge University (Department of
Medicine and MRC-LMB) on the "Structural and functional studies of the
nuclear retinoid-X-receptor and complexes with ligand, retinoic acid
receptor and co-repressor proteins". James has just completed his first
post-doc at the Medical Research Council's Laboratory of Molecular
Biology in Cambridge, and will now investigate the structure and
function of lipid droplet associated proteins in the Shapiro group.
James is now head of research at NYSBC.