Vice-Provost ( Enterprise) and Vernon Professor of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Stephen Caddick carried out his undergraduate degree at Paisley College and then part time (GRSC) whilst working for FBC Ltd /Shering at Chesterford Park Research Station. In 1986 he moved to the University of Southampton to work with P. J. Parsons for a PhD. In 1989 he gained a PhD degree and moved to Imperial College London to work with W. B. Motherwell on alkaloid and carbohydrate synthesis. In 1991 he was appointed to a lectureship at Birkbeck College. In 1993 he moved to the University of Sussex as a lecturer (1993-1997), senior lecturer (1997-2002) and professor (2003). He joined the staff at UCL as Charles Vernon Professor of Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology in October 2003.