My research investigates neuronal metabolism and mitochondrial function in neurodegeneration. I use tools including neuronal labelling, gene therapy, molecular biology, and and multi-omics analysis
James received his BSc (Hons) in Medical Pharmacology and PhD in Visual Neuroscience and Molecular Biology from Cardiff University, Wales before undertaking his initial postdoctoral training in the lab of Prof. James Morgan at the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences, Cardiff University where his work has focused on early dendrite and synapse refinement during glaucoma using human patient and glaucoma animal model tissues. James joined the Pete Williams Lab in 2018 to further his postdoctoral education where his work focuses on the early mechanisms in glaucoma and treatments that intersect these mechanisms.
2016 PhD in Visual Neuroscience and Molecular Biology, Cardiff University, UK
2011 B.Sc Medical Pharmacology (hons), Cardiff University, UK