Prior to joining EIP Stuart worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at King’s College London following completion of his PhD in cell biology at the University of Edinburgh.
When working as a Postdoctoral Research Associate, Stuart studied how different strains of influenza virus overcome the human immune system. During his PhD, he developed a novel method to interrogate how infectious bacteria adapt to the human bloodstream.
- August 2023
EIP Updates, #Barbenheimer: A Tale of Patents, Designs and Possibilities (link)
Nature Communications, RNase III CLASH in MRSA uncovers sRNA regulatory networks coupling metabolism to toxin expression (link)
Journal of Visualized Experiments, Monitoring Protein-RNA Interaction Dynamics In Vivo at High Temporal Resolution Using χCRAC (link)
University of Edinburgh, Identification of non-coding RNA interactions that dictate Staphylococcus aureus virulence, (link)
Education and qualifications
2016 — 2020
PhD in cell biology, University of Edinburgh
2015 — 2016
MRes in cell biology, University of Edinburgh
2010 — 2015
MSci molecular and cellular biology, University of Glasgow
- 2023 — present
Patent Scientist, EIP
- 2021 — 2023
Postdoctoral Research Associate, King’s College London
Awards and recognition
- Andrew Jamieson Prize for most distinguished graduate at University of Glasgow.
- IBM Data Science Professional Certificate - machine learning, data analytics and data communication.
- September 2022
RNA 3' end formation and the regulation of eukaryotic genomes, Alternative mechanisms of influenza A virus-induced transcription termination defects
- August 2019
Gordon Research Conference on Staphylococcal Diseases, Identification of non-coding RNA interactions that dictate Staphylococcus aureus virulence
- Cell therapy
- Gene editing