Francis Lister, PhD, M.R.S.C.

Teaching Experience: 

Francis is a highly motivated PhD graduate who really enjoys teaching chemistry. He has plenty of 1:1 tuition experience, working with a regular stream of students studying undergraduate chemistry and other related courses (biochemistry, nutrition, nuclear-medicine). He has also teaches pupils at 13+, GCSE and A-level and has mentoring experience with a 1st year PhD student.

To hear what his pupils think, read the testimonials. 

Academic Background: 

Francis completed his PhD in 2015, as part of the Clayden research group at the University of Manchester. There he built pyrene-labelled, conformationally responsive fluorescent probes and a minimal design membrane-bound mimic of a GPCR receptor. 

He completed his MSci in chemistry at the University of Bristol in 2011, with a masters research project in carbohydrate chemistry as part of the Galan research group.