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Jakub Stefaniak

DPhil Student

Jake completed his undergraduate degree in biochemistry at the University in Oxford in 2015, with his Master’s thesis concerning cell signalling in circadian rhythms. He is now working towards his DPhil as a Systems Approaches to Biomedical Sciences (SABS) Doctoral Training Centre student under the joint supervision of Dr Kilian Huber and Prof Angela Russell. Jake’s current work revolves around the development of target deconvolution strategies using chemoproteomics and thermal stability profiling. In addition, Jake is the president of the Oxford University Scientific Society.