Caroline graduated from the University of St Andrews in 2012 with an MChem in Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry. For her final year Masters project she investigated the use of isothioureas as organocatalysts. During her degree she also undertook an industrial placement at GlaxoSmithKline in North Carolina, where she worked in a Chemical Biology group for a year. Outside of academia Caroline enjoys spending time reading, swimming and socialising.
- Sustainable catalytic methodology for functional group manipulation with Professor Jonathan Williams, Dr Pawel Plucinski and Professor Steven Bull; Industrial Partner: GSK — PhD project
- N-Oxides as organocatalystswith Dr Steven Bull & Professor Jonathan Williams — 2nd MRes project
- Production of a novel 3rd generation biofuel from yeasts grown on waste resources with Dr Chris Chuck & Dr Matthew Jones — 1st MRes project