Centre for Bacterial Cell Biology, Strand. 4.2.b Bio-adaptor for cell control & interfacing - Separation of transcription, translation and regulatory processes of the portabolomics interface
Adam received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Manchester in 2016. He worked on control of translation using synthetic riboswitches in E. coli as part of his final year project. He then spent a year teaching Biology in China, before starting his PhD in September 2017.
His current work aims to design an RNA aptamer which can ‘repair’ the ΔM15 mutant LacZ, and produce a functioning tetramer. This project will form the basis designing the RNA aptamer bio-sensors which will form part of the Portabolomics bio-adapter’s regulatory network