In January 2019 Alexandra completed her PhD in Chemical Physics at Durham University. During this time, Alexandra designed and built a spectroscopy suite used to study molecular dynamics in multiple solvation environments. Prior to that Alexandra graduated from Durham University in 2015 with a First Class Honors MChem degree in which she was awarded the Mastership of Chemistry prize upon graduating. Alexandra joined Dehns in 2019 as a Technical Assistant in the Dehns Chemistry Group.
PhD, Physical Chemistry, Durham University, 2019
MChem (Hons), 1st Class, Master of Chemistry, Durham University, 2015
Qualifications and Memberships
- Intellectual Property Law Post-Graduate Certificate, (Queen Mary University of London)
Alexandra was awarded the Mastership of Chemistry award from Durham University in 2015 for graduating at the top of her academic class.