Richard Kelwick

Dr

Richard Kelwick

Dr

Biography

Dr Richard Kelwick is an entrepreneurially driven research associate, at Imperial College London, with expertise in both cancer biology and synthetic biology. Dr Kelwick has a Ph.D. in cancer biology, during which he researched the protective roles of metalloproteinases in cancer. His research led to mechanistic insights into the protective roles of a disintegrin-like and metalloprotease with thrombospondin type motif 15 (ADAMTS15) in breast cancer. Upon moving to Imperial, Dr Kelwick has focused on developing expertise in cell-free synthetic biology, where he has generated several microbial cell-free transcription-translation systems for use as rapid prototyping applications.

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Innovations in Cell-Free Synthetic Biology

02 Mar 2018 | 2-3PM
MD7-02-09