Kailash is a Research Assistant and part-time PhD student in the Section of Structural & Synthetic Biology. Kailash joined the Aylett group at Imperial shortly after graduating from the University of Oxford in 2017, where he completed a Master's degree in Biochemistry (Molecular & Cellular), and carried out his Masters project in the Division of Structural Biology.
Working in the group of Dr Christopher Aylett, he is using cryo-electron microscopy to understand structure-function relationships governing regulation of the (m)TORC1 signalling pathway, as well as developing methodological tools which are of use to the worldwide cryo-EM community.
Kailash is also keenly involved in public engagement initiatives, and was part of a team who hosted a public event for LGBT Stem Day in 2019.
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