Thomas studied his MSc in stem cell technology and regenerative medicine at the University of Nottingham, completing his degree in 2022. Thomas’ research project was conducted in Nottingham city hospital under the supervision of Dr Amanda Goodwin. This research focused upon disturbed G-protein signalling and its relation to lung development in the neonatal disease bronchopulmonary dysplasia which was subsequently published in Thorax, BMJ.
Thomas joined the Babraham Institute in February 2023 as a research assistant to support the research of Dr. Maria Rostovskaya. He is interested in gene expression pathways within naive stem cells and how they may govern early development, in particular naive to primed capacitation.