Mohammed Khimji joined Wilson Gunn in 2021 and is training to qualify as a Chartered and European Patent Attorney.
Mohammed’s work focuses mainly on chemistry, biotechnology and medical devices.
Mohammed’s degree covered a range of fields in organic, inorganic and physical chemistry, as well as biochemistry and polymer chemistry. During his degree, Mohammed also conducted research into asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of hindered ketones, and his master’s project explored applications of azide-alkyne click chemistry to bioconjugation.
University of Warwick – M.Chem. (1st Class hons) Chemistry