“I’m excited by the potential for closer interactions with other Cancer Research UK scientists who will be moving there, as well as the people coming from other organisations. You can learn so much talking to developmental biologists, neurobiologists, immunologists and so on – people working in other fields that help to shed light on your own work.”
By winning the Paul Marks prize, Dr Boulton joins the ranks of the brightest young cancer researchers in the world, including fellow Clare Hall resident Dr John Diffley . We’re immensely proud to have supported him for much of his scientific journey so far, and pleased he didn’t listen to his first science teacher. We look forward to seeing what he discovers in the future.