Nathan joined the lab in 2022 following a PhD at University College London. During his PhD Nathan studied cell competition from a single-cell perspective using quantitative microscopy and deep learning. He is a physicist by training and has a strong interest in utilising novel microscopy techniques and cutting edge image analysis to interrogate complex and dynamic biological systems. At the Crick he will be studying the single-cell heterogeneity of Tuberculosis antibiotic response in order to further our understanding of current treatments.


Qualifications and history

University College London (UCL)
PhD Biophysics
King's College London, UK
MSci Physics

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