As of January 2023 I am Research Associate at the University of Bath working for Dr Elizaveta Suturina. My research aims aims to improve the quality of information we can extract from the paramagnetic nuclear magnetic resonance spectra using density functional theory, particularly for transition metal complexes.
I obtained my MChem and PhD degrees in Chemistry at the University of Manchester in 2018 and 2022 working in the Chilton Group. My work focussed on understanding the role of spin-phonon coupling in magnetic relaxation, principally in lanthanide single molecule magnets and qubits.
From March to October 2022 I remained with the Chilton group as a post-doctoral researcher, continuing my work on spin-phonon coupling and extending it to include environmental degrees of freedom in crystalline materials.