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