Our analytical chemistry work started in 1995 by employing turboflow chromatography and mass spectrometry for the analyses of drug action in depression (in industry GSK, UK).

At present we have many targeted and untargeted molecular tests using mass spectrometry, including metabolomics, lipidomics, proteomics and

targeted molecular panels: for example gut molecules, short chain fatty acids, bile acids, kineurine metabolism, neurotransmitters,  inflammation molecules such as ceramides, TMAO, non-inflammatory, omega lipids, glutathione, beneficial lipids, and more, etc.

Then our big data science work started in 2015 with complex data analyses and data visualization using inference (and causal) statistics and machine learning.

Predictive panel with biomarkers for precision medicine and nutriton including molecules from biofluids and tissues.


Contact us to tell us about scientific collaborations ,

in our chemistry lab based in King's College London, in the South Bank in London,

we help science journalists with interviews & science dissemination.

See the links below for some examples of our science communication collaborations over the years