Diana has a Masters degree in Chemistry from the University of Oxford. During her final year research project she specialised in the field of Supramolecular Chemistry, in particular the synthesis of interlocking molecular structures such as catenanes and rotaxanes with a view to selective anion recognition.
Prior to joining HGF in June 2016, Diana worked in private practice across a wide range of technologies including Chemistry, Materials and Engineering. Diana has experience of patent prosecution at the UK and European Patent Offices and has enjoyed working with a varied client base from multinational organisations to universities and individuals. Outside of the office Diana enjoys competitive Ballroom and Latin dancing and hiking in the great outdoors.