Christopher, graduated from the University of Durham in 2000 with an Honours degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. He then moved to the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Cambridge where he was awarded a PhD in 2004 for research into the perception of the plant hormone cytokinin.
Following his PhD, Christopher continued to research plant development and lectured in Plant and Microbial Sciences as a Fellow of Queens' College in Cambridge.
Christopher joined the firm in 2007. He attained the Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Queen Mary College, London, 2009.
- Chartered Patent Attorney
- European Patent Attorney