2007 - 2010 : - University of East Anglia, BSc Natural Sciences, Project under the supervision of Dr. Alex Baker - 'Improving the accuracy of the measurement of dissolved organic nitrogen in the water soluble component of organic aerosol.'
2010 - 2011 : University of East Anglia, Graduate Diploma in Chemistry, Project under the supervision of Professor Steve Meech and Professor Julea Butt - 'Transient absorption spectroscopy of redox-active proteins'.
2012 - Present : University of Cambridge, PhD in Atmospheric Chemistry under the supervision of Dr. Kalberer and Dr. Pope.
Homerton College, University of Cambridge
Physical Chemistry: Laboratory studies into the phase, viscosity and reactivity of organic atmospheric aerosol. Main interests: Spectroscopic studies of organic aerosol, specifically optimisation of Fluorescent Lifetime Imaging and molecular rotors to measure viscosity changes of organic aerosol components.
Rapid interrogation of the physical and chemical characteristics of salbutamol sulphate aerosol from a pressurised metered-dose inhaler (pMDI), Tong H., Fitzgerald C., Gallimore P., Kalberer M., Kuimova M., Ward A., Pope F., 2014, ChemComm, Submitted
Fluorescent lifetime imaging of atmospheric aerosols: A direct probe of aerosol viscosity, Hosny, N., Fitzgerald, C., Tong, C., Kalberer, M., Kuimova, M., Pope, F.D., 2013, Faraday Discussions, DOI: 10.1039/C3FD00041A.