Mark studied Chemical Physics as an undergraduate at the University of Bristol, followed by a PhD in Chemistry at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Professor David Klenerman. He was awarded the 2002 Gregorio Weber International Prize in Biological Fluorescence for this work. Mark then spent 2 years as a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University, working with Professor Richard Zare. He returned to the U.K. in 2002 to undertake a second postdoctoral position at the National Institute for Medical Research with Dr Justin Molloy, before moving to Oxford in 2005 as a Royal Society University Research Fellow. He was subsequently appointed as a University lecturer and fellow of Wadham college in 2006. He joined King’s in 2016 as part of its expansion of Chemistry.
New paper - Assembling the Tat protein translocase.
Alcock F, Stansfeld PJ, Basit H, Habersetzer J, Baker MAB, Palmer T, Wallace MI, Berks BC. eLife 2016
Carina was a postdoc in the lab working on the assembly of pore-forming toxins and the development of new single-molecule methods.
New paper - Imaging the dynamics of individual electropores.
Sengel JT, Wallace MI. PNAS 2016
New paper - Chemical amplification of magnetic field effects relevant to avian magnetoreception.
Kattnig DR, Evans EW, Déjean V, Dodson CA, Wallace MI, Mackenzie SR, Timmel CR, Hore PJ. PNAS 2016