3D PSII supercomplex; here

Jon Nield, Ph.D., is a Principal Research Fellow, working as a research scientist in the fields of Biochemistry and Structural Biology. He specialises in the transmission electron microscopy, image processing and 3D modelling of biological macromolecules. His research is aimed at understanding the structure and function of photosynthetic macromolecular protein assemblies.
This work is mostly carried out at Queen Mary University of London [for his full site; see HERE]
Jon also works for several weeks per year in a variety of other institutions, has been an Official Advisor to Osaka University, Japan, and is a consultant to biological textbooks for the International Baccalaureate.
In addition to his research, Jon has built up many skills as a:
Information Technologist, designing websites / computers / laboratory spaces.
Photographer, conventional and digital, pre-press scanning and printing.
Composer and producer of music, both acoustic and digital.
Organising social, research and commercial events.

I wish you a pleasant visit to my site,

Jon Nield   Ph.D. Dip.IC ARCS

Jon Nield, 2000-2018