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PostDocs 

  • Pablo Giménez-Gómez
    Paper-microfluidic-based sensors,
    funded through a Carl Tryggers Foundation Fellowship
  • Pablo Rodriguez Mateos
    Lab on a Chip for Pathogen Analysis,
    funded through Stockholm University
  • Ping He
    Clinical Radiopharmaceutical Production
    MRC-funded with Prof. SJ Archibald (Biochemical Sciences) and Andy Beavis (Head of Radiation Physics/ Radiotherapy at Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust)

Masters, Bachelor and Exchange students 

  • Athina Galetsa Feindt
    Analysis for fluorides in textiles.
    Masters in Sustainable Chemistry, thesis project.
  • Selina Kern
    Microfluidic Paper-based Analytical Devices (PADs) for electrochemical sensing
    ERASMUS exchange student from the University of Erlangen, Germany.
  • Jacqueline Karlsson
    Paper-microfluidics for nutrient analysis
    Bachelor research training ship student.
  • Nicolina Priem
    Nutrient analysis with paper-microfluidic devices
    Bachelor research training ship student.

PhD students 

  • Zakia Tebetyo
    Development of a mycotoxin sensor and analysis workflow in resource-limited settings
    (co/supervisor with Mark Lorch, Leigh Madden and Samantha Richardson)
    Commonwealth Scholarship (Uganda/UK).
  • Louis Plunkett
    Microfluidics for electroanalytical biosensing 
    (main supervisor, with Leigh Madden and Olga Efremova)
    University of Hull studentship
  • Mila Sari
    Mapping heavy metal pollution in river water with paper-based devices through citizen science
    (main supervisor, with Prof. Mark Lorch and Dr Will Mayes)
    Hull PhD cluster – Sensing and Safeguarding the Water Environment
  • Samira Alhinai
    Paper-microfluidics for environmental analysis
    (main supervisor, with Prof. Mark Lorch)
    Oman Ministry of Eductation
  • Vincent Nail
    Development of clinical radiochemistry tools for dose-on-demand PET
    (co-supervisor, with Prof. Steve J Archibald)
    PET Healthcare Technologies Cluster, University of Hull studentship
  • Emily Pyne
    Lab-on-a-chip platform for detection of early metastasis biomarkers
    (co-supervisor with Dr Isabel Pires)
    Biomarkers for Earlier Diagnosis of Chronic Disease Cluster, University of Hull studentship
  • Bradley Doyle
    Novel synthesis methods for the production of human circulating metabolites of natural products
    (co-supervisor with Dr Huw Jones
    Natural Product Pharmacology Cluster, University of Hull studentship
  • Kamil Talar
    Wound-on-a-Chip – a new model for mechanistic wound healing and therapy development
    (main-supervisor, with Prof. Matthew Hardman)
    Advanced Wound Care Cluster, University of Hull studentship
  • Beverly Andrews
    Label-free Optical Biosensors for Real-Time Cell Imaging
    (main supervisor, with Dr Leigh Madden and Dr Ruchi Gupta)

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Some of our team members at microTAS 2019 in Basel.