Nick began his career in wildlife biology and eventually transitioned to studying algae. His research interests focused mainly on gene regulation surrounding certain algae’s very complex sexual life histories.
In 2016, he transitioned into a consulting role for a number of entities which operate internationally in the health, sustainability, and green spaces in the US, EU, Israel, and China.
To date he has spearheaded many meaningful projects globally in the biomedical, pharmaceutical, environmental, agricultural technology, and policy arenas. This includes working closely with governments, funds, and companies in his areas of interest.
Nick maintains a significant business, social and academic relationship network in Europe, China, and the United States, including the United States family office system, the European Commission and Parliament, several European, Chinese, and American university alliances, as well as innovative investment foundations in China, United States, and the European Union.