Royal Society University Research Fellow, 
University of Bristol, 2013-
  •  Research Lecturer in Climate System Science, Cardiff University and Climate Change Consortium of Wales (Jan 2011 – Sept 2013)
  • Postdoctoral Investigator Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (April 2011 – December 2011

  • Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher Columbia University (April 2011 – September 2011)
  • Doherty Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (Oct 2009 – March 2011)
  • Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Postdoctoral Research Associate University of Oxford (July 2008 – Sept 2009)

    DPhil Earth Sciences (2004-2008), Hertford College, University of Oxford. The behaviour of trace elements in sea-ice brine and microalgae: reconstructing the Antarctic sea-ice environment.
    Supervisor: Dr R. Rickaby. Examiners: Prof G. Henderson, Prof T. Jickell.

    MA MSci Natural Sciences (2000-2004), Queens’ College, Cambridge University (1st class honours)

    Postgraduate Certificate in Undergraduate Teaching and Learning, Cardiff University (distinctive pass; fellowship of the High Education Academy) 

    Grants and academic awards: 
  • Royal Society Research Grant (2014) "From Micro to Macro: The fractionation of silicon isotopes during biogenic opal formation"
  • University Research Fellowship, Royal Society (awarded May 2013)
  • United States Antarctic Program Antarctic Service Medal (2013)
  • Challenger Fellowship for Marine Geology (2012)
  • Principal Investigator on a Leverhulme Research Project grant (2012) “Southern Ocean Sponges: The link between biogeography and geochemistry”
  • NERC Steering Committee grant (2012)
  • Principal Investigator on NERC New Investigator grant (2011) “Unravelling the carbon cycle using silicon isotopes in the oceans”
  • Researcher Co-Investigator on National Science Foundation (NSF) Marine Geology and Geophysics grant (2010)
  • Principal Investigator on Antarctic Science Bursaries (2008, 2010)
  • Oxford University Merit Review Award (2008-2009)
  • Challenger Meeting Speaker Award (Sept 2009, highly commended Sept 2010)
  • Harkness Prize (2004); Venn Prize (2003); Wiltshire Prize, University of Cambridge (2002)
  • Joshua King Prize, Queens’ College, Cambridge (2004)
  • Palaeontology Association prizes (2002, 2004)
  • Prizes in Natural Sciences, Queen’ College, Cambridge, parts IA, IB, II and III (2001-2004)
  • Principal Investigator on a Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (2012) “Barium cycling in Antarctic waters: Understanding present and past ocean processes”

Relevant work experience:

  • Research cruise on RSS James Cook (Oct-Nov 2013)
  • Research cruises with US Antarctic Program on the R/V Nathaniel B Palmer (2008, 2011)
  • Participant for three field seasons with the British Antarctic Survey on the West Antarctic Peninsula (2005-2007), including three cruises with the British Antarctic Survey (2005-2006) on the RRS James Clark Ross (Collection and processing of seawater, sediment cores, and biological samples)
  • Research assistant with the British Antarctic Survey/Godwin Laboratory (2003-2004).
  • Field assistant with Cambridge University (2004) and US Geological Survey (2002-2003)
  • Laboratory assistant with National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in Wellington, New Zealand (2001)
  • Researcher for Greenforce in Yadua, Fiji, including coral reef surveys (2000)
  • Industrial trainee at the National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton, UK (1999)

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