2018 – present Royal Society University Research Fellow
2015 – 2017 Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Development of electrochemical catalytic reactions in collaboration with AbbVie
2014 – 2015 Alexander von Humboldt Fellow
Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (LIKAT), Rostock, Germany
Prof. Matthias Beller
Homo- and heterogeneous photocatalytic water reduction
Visiting researcher: Luo group, ZJUT, Hangzhou, China
2008 – 2013 PhD
2004 – 2008 MChem
Chemistry with Studies in North America (UCLA)
Dr David Heard
David graduated with an MChem from the University of Sheffield in 2014, undertaking his final year project with Dr David Williams. David joined the Bristol Chemical Synthesis CDT in 2014, conducting his PhD research into the structural elucidation and total synthesis of maleidride natural products with Prof. Chris Willis. In 2019, David joined the Lennox group and is investigating new methods for reaction optimisation.
David is a scientific editor of Synthetic Reaction Updates
Dr Anthony Choi
Anthony graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2016 with an MChem and then continued in Sheffield to complete his PhD working with Prof. Iain Coldham investigating the use of azomethine ylide cycloaddition chemistry towards the synthesis of polycyclic compounds. Upon obtaining his PhD in 2020, he conducted postdoctoral research in Sheffield in collaboration with Liverpool ChiroChem synthesizing novel molecular scaffolds with organolithium chemistry as well as computational studies working with Prof. Anthony J. H. M. Meijer. Anthony joined the Lennox Lab in 2022 to explore photo- and electrochemical methods.
John conducted an MSci project in the Booker-Milburn lab at the University of Bristol. He spent the summer working at Bayer in Germany, and is developing some electrochemical reduction chemistry.
Alexi did his undergraduate degree at the University of Cardiff. He is working on alkyne fluorination protocols in collaboration with UCB.
Ellie did her undergraduate degree at the University of York, completing her Masters project at Hoffmann-La Roche, Basel. She is part of the Bristol Synthesis CDT and is working in collaboration with the Clayden group.
Bert joins the Lennox Lab from the Cardiff/Bristol/Bath CDT in Catalysis, having carried out his undergraduate studies at the University of Bristol. He is working on electrochemical α-functionalisation reactions.
Alex joins the Lennox group after completing his MSci degree at the University of Bristol and working with Professor Robin Bedford for his final year project. He is currently working on electrochemical fluorination methods in collaboration with Syngenta.
Sam carried out his MSci Project in the Faul lab at the University of Bristol. His PhD is in collaboration with the Faul group to develop new materials.
Alice joins the group from Bristol's TECS CDT after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of East Anglia. Alice will be working on electrochemical fluorination methodology.
Andrew joins the Lennox group after finishing his MChem degree at the University of Warwick. He will conduct computational and experimental investigations into new electrochemical fluorination strategies.
Mickaël completed his undergraduate studies at ETH Zürich and then completed the AstraZeneca R&D graduate program in Sweden before joining the Lennox Lab to investigate reductive electrochemical methods.
Sarah joins the Lennox Lab from the Bristol TECS CDT after completing her MChem at Keele University. She is currently working on electrochemical fluorination methodology in collaboration with AstraZeneca.
Charlotte completed her undergraduate degree in Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Loughborough University . She joins the Lennox Lab to develop new photoredox catalysts.
Stephen joins the Lennox Lab having completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Bristol. He completed summer placements and his final year project in the Hall group. Stephen will be developing electrochemical fluorination protocols.
Sam Macro Versteeg
Sam graduated from Aberystwyth University with a degree in Biochemistry and then completed an MSc in Biological Chemistry at Cardiff University. He joins the Lennox Lab to work on developing methods for preparing biologically active compounds.