Martin Walsh is Deputy Director of Life Sciences at Diamond. Martin is also a Research Group Leader at the Research Complex at Harwell (RCaH). He joined Diamond in January 2009 from the MRC, France...Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Walsh is Deputy to Diamond's Life Science Director Prof. David Stuart. As coordinator of Diamond's life science activities he oversees research which spans macromolecular crystallography, small-angle X-ray scattering, circular dichroism, infrared microspectroscopy and soft X-ray imaging for biology. As well as exploiting opportunities on other Diamond beamlines, notable spectroscopy and hard x-ray imaging, life science activities are supported by work at the Research Complex at Harwell for which Diamond is a stakeholder. Finally, these research activities are now complemented by electron microscopy through the establishment of a national cryo-electron microscopy facility at Diamond which has recently been approved for funding.
As a protein crystallographer his research is primarily aimed at exploiting the use of X-ray crystallography to understand the structure and function of bacterial proteins.
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