Head of Biological Chemistry at Babraham Institute.
Jonathan studied Biological Chemistry at the University of Leicester and then obtained a PhD in new synthetic methods towards the synthesis of Taxol. After a postdoctoral position in the Pharmaceutical Science Department at the University of Nottingham, he moved to Cambridge to work in the local biotechnology industry for the next 11 years. He then took up a position with Babraham Bioscience Technologies to provide chemical services to the local biotechnology industry and to help commercialise and develop science originating from the Babraham Institute. He has now taken up a position within the Institute to provide biological chemistry support to the Institute. His group carry out chemical research focused on Institute science and ageing.
See also: Babraham Institute - Life sciences research institution and a partner organisation of the University of Cambridge.
Jonathan Clark Blog Posts
Highlights of Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020
10-Sep-2020 Key points from 20 presentations from world-leading researchers