“The ground-breaking work of the team at eXmoor has huge potential for improving quality of life, and I am thrilled to be playing a role in this.”
Elliott has experience in assay development, with a particular focus on in-vitro diagnostic assays for autoimmune neurological disorders. He is passionate about contributing to cell and gene therapies to improve healthcare and quality of life for patients. He graduated with a first-class Biochemistry MSc from the University of Bristol. His research focused on protein biochemistry and exploring the function and characteristics of DNA-binding proteins in DNA-repair.
In his spare time Elliott can be found playing and writing music, socialising, and learning history.