Interview with Stephen J. Butler

This Young Career Focus presents Stephen J. Butler (Loughborough University, UK).

Stephen J. Butler completed his undergraduate degree at Warwick University (UK) before moving to Australia to study for a PhD at the University of Sydney. In 2010, he undertook postdoctoral research at the same university before returning to the UK to work at Durham University. In 2013, Stephen was awarded a Ramsay Memorial Fellowship at Durham University, to develop molecular receptors for ATP. He began a Lectureship at Loughborough University (UK) in 2015, where his current position is Senior Lecturer. He leads an enthusiastic group developing molecular probes based on lanthanide complexes, for the purpose of sensing biological anions, probing enzyme activity and signalling biochemical events in living cells.

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