THE GROUP .

Anna Duncan

Working on biocompatible nanoparticle systems for use as MRI contrast agents.

Lillian Leutloff

Working on parmagnetic inorganic-organic hybrid nanoparticle imaging systems.

Shaoyu Kang

Working on electrochemical microfluidics and kinetics quantification in diagnostics.

Sophia Abusamra

Investigating metabolic plasticity in prostate cancer bone metastases and novel circulating tumour cell (CTC) isolation methodology. More specifically, developing nanoparticle and microfluidic-based approaches for detection and isolation of prostate cancer CTCs.

Sophie Patrick

Developing novel electrochemical ion sensing methodologies, and exploring the ion sensing performance of a range of supramolecular hosts in solution, and at receptive films.

Xuanxiao Chen

Working on the electrochemical modification of proteins in vitro and in cellulo.

James Smith
Working on paramagnetic bioresponsive nanoparticles as MRI contrast agents.
Sacha Chowdhury
Developing antifouling strategies for improved specificity in electrochemical biosensors.
Dr Zhen Qin

Working on nanoparticle capture systems and parkinsons diagnostics.

Simon Wikeley

Working on electrochemical microfluidics and parkinsons diagnostics.

The Postdogs

Working on NOT chasing wild animals and improving" the group leaders 10k time

FORMER MEMBERS IN ACADEMIA .

Multiple previous members of the group are now in academic positions around the world, including:

  • Dr Jan Tkac (Professor of Chemistry, Slocak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
  • Dr Xiliang Luo (Professor of Chemistry, Qingdao University of Science and Technology)
  • Dr Joshua Lehr (University of Salford)
  • Dr Gemma Louise-Davies (Lecturer in Chemistry, University of Birmingham)
  • Dr Mohamed Sharafeldin (University of Otago, New Zealand)
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