Craig joins Griffith Hack’s Life Sciences and Chemistry team with a strong background in biochemistry and molecular biology. Currently he is studying a Masters of IP Law to become a registered Patent Attorney in Australia. Craig’s enthusiasm for research and novel discoveries will be put in practice as he helps clients complete the patent process and empower their commercialisation strategy.

Craig’s research background includes spectral and structural characterisations of recombinant proteins and advanced confocal imaging techniques. Within his PhD, his primary research focused on the expression and characterisation of recombinant fluorescent and the 3D structural characterisation of variants of these proteins, resulting in several publish cations. Prior to Griffith Hack, Craig worked overseas at the Universitätsmedizin Göttingen where he focused on novel imaging techniques to measure conformational changes of adherent proteins.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - Monash University 
  • Honours Degree Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - Monash University 
  • Bachelor of Biotechnology and Cell Biology (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology) - La Trobe University