Dr Nicholas Holmes

Profile

Nicholas Holmes is a research fellow in automated flow chemistry at the University of Leeds and GlaxoSmithKline. He completed a PhD at the University of Leeds under the supervision of Dr Richard A Bourne, exploring the use of self-optimisation in pharmaceutical and fine chemical development, sponsored by AstraZeneca, EPSRC DTG funded CASE award and the University of Leeds. His current research is in the development of self-optimising flow reactors to generate kinetic models, sponsored by GSK and the University of Leeds, and he works full time at the GSK Medicines Research Centre in Stevenage.

Qualifications

  • PhD Chemistry (University of Leeds)
  • MSc Process Chemical Technologies (University of Leeds)
  • MChem Chemistry (University of Leicester)

Professional memberships

  • AMRSC

Research groups and institutes

  • Institute of Process Research and Development