• Professor Molly Stevens

    Professor of Biomedical Materials and Regenerative Medicine and the Research Director for Biomedical Material Sciences in the Institute of Biomedical Engineering

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  • Mr Christopher Adrianus

    PhD student since 2018 researching functionalised nanomaterials and their applications in biosensing and regenerative medicine.

    Previously:
    Research Engineer at Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR, SIngapore [2017-2018]
    B.Sc (Hons) in Chemistry and Biological Chemistry, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore [2013-2016]

  • Dr Alice Agliano

    Postdoctoral research associate investigating nanotechnological approaches to study cancer cells behaviour and metabolism.

    Previously:
    Post Doctoral Researcher [2011-2018] at the Institute of Cancer Research investigating metabolism in paediatric glioblastoma models.
    PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology [2007-2011] at the University of Navarra (Pamplona, Spain) in collaboration with the European Institute of Oncology (Milan, Italy) studying anti-angiogenic therapies in cancer models.

  • Dr James Armstrong

    Project Leader in the Stevens Group since 2018 researching how remote manipulation tools can be used to engineer complexity into tissue engineered constructs.

    Previously:
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Imperial College London [2015-2018]
    PhD at the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials, specialising in using cell-interactive biomaterials to enhance stem cell therapy and cartilage tissue engineering [2010-2015]

  • Dr Helene Autefage

    Project Leader since 2016 researching tissue-engineered constructs for bone and cartilage regeneration.

    Previously:
    Post-doctoral research associate, Imperial College London and Karolinska Institutet [2010-2016]
    PhD in Biomaterials science – Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France (2009) Development of osteoinductive calcium phosphate materials for bone healing.
    Master in molecular, cellular and integrated pathophysiology – Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France (2004). Study of the role of a lysosomal enzyme in apoptosis.

  • Dr Hanna Barriga

    Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Research Fellow in the Stevens Group since 2016 investigating the effects of lipid phase behaviour on cellular dynamics for nanoparticle delivery of protein therapeutics and tissue engineering applications.

    Previously:
    Research Associate developing and characterising model membrane systems [2012-2016]
    PhD Chemical Biology of Health and Disease [2008-2012], MSci Physics [2004-2008], Imperial College London

  • Mr Michele Becce

    MPhil+PhD student, researching in the field of the design, fabrication and characterization of porous silicon nanoneedles to be interfaced with biological materials.

    Previously:
    Research Intern, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova, Italy [2013-2014]
    Visiting student, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA [2011-2012]
    UNITECH exchange student, Delft university of Technology, The Netherlands [2010-2011]
    BSc and MSc in Material Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy [2006-2013]

  • Mr Alexis Belessiotis-Richards

    PhD student in the Advanced Characterization of Materials CDT since 2016 working on the fabrication and characterization of nanomaterials for use in direct cellular manipulation. Joint with Dr David Payne and Prof. Giuseppe Battaglia at UCL.

    Previously:
    MEng in Materials Science & Engineering, Imperial College London [2012 - 2016]

  • Mr Thomas Benge

    PhD Student since 2018 working on 3D biomaterial scaffolds with immunomodulatory properties for applications in tissue engineering.

    Previously:
    MEng in Biochemical Engineering, University College London [2014 - 2018]

  • Mr Jash Bhankharia

    MRes student in the Stevens Group since 2018, researching nanomaterials for cell transfection.

    Previously:
    BSc in Applied Medical Sciences at University College London [2015-2018]

  • Mr Daniel Boland

    PhD candidate in the Stevens group since September 2017, studying the fabrication and functionalisation of nanomaterials and their ability to interface with cells and tissues for delivery and sensing applications.

    Previously:
    B.A in Nanoscience: Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials from Trinity College Dublin [2013-2017]

  • Dr Marsilea Booth

    New Zealand Freemasons Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Stevens and Boutelle Groups starting 2015 - researching cartilage regeneration, with multi-modal monitoring.

    Previously:
    Research scientist position at DSL in New Zealand [2012-2015], PhD in Chemistry, University of Auckland [2009-2012]

  • Miss Liliana Brito

    Studying in the MRes + PhD program as part of the British Heart Foundation Centre of Research Excellence to stimulate the epicardial reparative potential by nanoinjection-mediated localized gene therapy (joint with Professor Sian Harding and Professor Nadia Rosenthal).

    Previously:
    MSc in Biotechnology, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal [2012-2014]
    BSc in Cellular and Molecular Biology, New University of Lisbon [2009-2012]

  • Dr Marta Broto Aviles

    Postdoctoral research associate in Stevens Group since 2017 developing particle-based diagnostic devices and surface biofunctionalisation strategies.

    Previously:
    Master in advanced chemistry [2012-2013] and PhD in multiplexed and multimodal diagnostic platforms [2014-2017] in Nanobiotechnology for Diagnostics group at the University of Barcelona.

  • Miss Maxine Chan

    PhD candidate in The Stevens Group since 2017, researching bioengineering and tissue engineering applications.

    Previously:
    MRCOG [2017]
    Trainee in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, London Deanery [2014 to present]
    MBBS BSc, University College London [2006-2012]

  • Miss Junyi Che

    Studying for a PhD since 2017 in nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems.

    Previously:
    MSc, Pharmaceutical Science, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, [2014-2017]
    BSc, Chinese Medicine, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, China, [2010-2014]

  • Mr Brian Chen

    PhD student since 2017 on the development and characterisation of ultrasensitive biosensing for diagnostics.

    Previously:
    MEng in Materials Science, University of Oxford [2012-2016]

  • Dr Adam Creamer

    Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Stevens Group since 2018 researching semiconducting polymers and nanoparticles for biosensing applications.

    Previously:
    PhD in functionalised semiconducting polymers at Imperial College [2013-2017]
    MChem in Chemistry from the University of Oxford [2009-2013]

  • Miss Maria João Cruz

    Studying for a PhD investigating how nanostructured materials can be used to influence cells. Funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (Portugal).

    Previously:
    Integrated Master (BSc + MSc) in Biological Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon [2009-2014]
    Visiting MSc Student, King's College London [2014]

  • Mr Tristan Dell

    PhD student in the Stevens Group since 2018, researching materials for medical soft robotics and state of the art materials analyses.

    Previously:
    Research Assistant at the Karolinska Institutet, investigating self-immolative polymers [2017-2018]
    Undergraduate, Materials Science and Engineering, at Imperial College London [2013-2017]

  • Miss Erika Dorado

    PhD student since 2017 as part of the STRATiGRAD PhD programme. Joint with Prof. Zoltan Takats and Prof. Jeremy Nicholson.

    Previously:
    Research Technician, Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics, Barts Cancer Institute, England
    MSc in Molecular Biology, Cellular Biology and Genetics, University of Valencia, Spain
    Research Assistant, Malaria Research, CIDEIM, Colombia
    BSc in Biology, University of Valle, Colombia

  • Dr Cécile Echalier

    Postdoctoral research associate in the Stevens group since 2019 researching biomimetic hydrogels for tissue regeneration
    Previously:
    Postdoctoral researcher in Chemical Biology at EMBL in Germany [2017-2019]
    PhD in Chemistry at the University of Montpellier in France [2013-2016]

  • Miss Raya El Laham

    PhD candidate researching hydrogel fabrication using advanced manufacturing techniques for applications in regenerative medicine.

    Previously:
    MSc in Biomedical Engineering, Imperial College London [2016-2017]
    BE in Mechanical Engineering, American University of Beirut [2012-2016]

  • Miss Arianna Ferrini

    Studying in the MRes + PhD program as part of the British Heart Foundation Centre of Research Excellence to develop an in vitro platform for modelling and genetic screening of congenital heart defects (joint with Professor Nadia Rosenthal).

    Previously:
    Postgraduate Research placement, Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK [2013-2014]
    MSc in Medical Biotechnology, University of Florence, Italy [2010-2012]
    BSc in Biotechnology, University of Florence, Italy [2006-2010]

  • Miss Melanie Flury

    MRes Bioengineering student researching biomineralization stimulation and scaffold development.

    Previously:
    Device Development intern at Roche [2017-2018]
    BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science at Kings College London [2013-2016]

  • Mr James Foote

    PhD student since 2018 working on the development of polymer-based materials for bio-applications.

    Previously:
    MChem at the University of Southampton [2013-2017]
    Exchange student at the University of Otago, New Zealand [2016]

  • Dr Leah Frenette

    Postdoctoral Researcher in the Stevens Group since 2018 researching quantum dots for fluorescence based biosensing.

    Previously:
    MS and PhD in Chemistry studying colloidal quantum dot synthesis and photocatalytic applications at the University of Rochester [2012-2017]
    BA in Chemistry and French at Lake Forest College [2008-2012]

  • Dr John Goertz

    Research Associate in Stevens Group since 2018 researching nanomaterial-powered biosensors for point-of-care diagnostic devices and cell biology research tools.

    Previously:
    Fischell PhD Fellow in Bioengineering at the University of Maryland, College Park researching thermal automation systems for point-of-care diagnostics [2013-2018]

  • Dr Christopher Grigsby

    Whitaker International Fellow in Stevens Group since 2016 researching the role of biomaterials in direct cellular reprogramming for the treatment of neurodegenerative disease.

    Previously:
    PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University [2007-2014]
    BS in Bioengineering from the University of California, Berkeley [2001-2005]

  • Dr Daniel Hachim

    Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Stevens Group since 2018 researching biomaterial-based approaches for drug delivery and tissue engineering applications.

    Previously:
    Ph.D. in Bioengineering at University of Pittsburgh, United States [2017]
    Lecturer and Research Assistant at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile [2010-2012]
    Licentiate in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile [2010]

  • Miss Tabasom Haghighi

    PhD student since 2018 engineering bio-functionalised nanoparticles for ultrasensitive biosensing.

    Previously:
    MSci in Chemistry with Biomedicine at King's College London [2014-2018]

  • Dr Olivia Hernández

    Postdoctoral Fellow in the Stevens group since 2018 studying conductive polymers for cardiac application. Funded by Secretary of Science, Technology and Innovation of Mexico City. Joint with Prof. Sian Harding, National Heart & Lung Institute.

    Previously:
    Postdoctoral Researcher, Optical Research Center, Mexico [2016-2017]
    PhD in Chemical Science, National Autonomus University of Mexico [2014-2017]

  • Dr Stuart Higgins

    Research Associate in Stevens Group since 2016 researching the microfabrication of innovative materials.

    Previously:
    Research Associate [2015-2016] in High-performance Organic Rectifiers at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge
    PhD [2010-2016] Organic Transistors and Complementary Circuits, Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London

  • Mr Håkon Høgset

    Aker Scholarship PhD student in Stevens Group since September 2016.

    Previously: BSc and MSc in molecular biology from the Institute of Biosciences at the University of Oslo (2011-2016)

  • Dr Maggie Holme

    Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow in the Stevens Group since 2013 investigating phospholipase-specific nanosensors for diagnostics.

    Previously:
    PhD in mechano-sensitive liposomes for treatment of atherosclerosis at the University of Basel, Switzerland [2009-2012]

  • Mr Conor Horgan

    Studying for a PhD in the characterisation of nanomaterials for drug delivery. Funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 under Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions ITN project.

    Previously:
    BEng (R&D) (Hons) in Biomedical Engineering, Australian National University, Australia [2011-2015]
    BSc in Computer Science, Australian National University, Australia [2011-2015]

  • Mr Andrew Killeen

    MRes student in the Stevens Group since 2019, researching the fluid dynamics of microstructured-scaffold delivery. Co-supervised by Prof Spencer Sherwin (Aeronautics).

    Previously:
    MEng in Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace at the University of Southampton [2013-2017]

  • Dr Eunjung Kim

    Post-doctoral research associate in the Stevens Group since June 2014 working on molecular structuring of functional biomaterials for applications in biosensing and as drug delivery systems.

    Previously:
    MEng and PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea [2008-2014]

  • Miss Nayoung Kim

    PhD student and 39th Korean Governmental Scholar in the Stevens Group researching novel nano-biosensing platforms.

    Previously:
    MSc in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Stevens Group, Imperial College London [2015-2016]
    Research Intern, Empa-Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Zurich, Switzerland [2014-2015]
    BSc in Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea [2010-2015]

  • Dr Hyemin Kim

    Research Associate in Stevens Group since 2019 working on polymeric biomaterials for drug delivery and tissue engineering applications
    Previously:
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Imperial College London [2017-2018]
    BS [2006-2010] and PhD [2010-2015] in Materials Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), South Korea

  • Mr Worrapong Kit-anan

    Studying for MRes+PhD in developing polymers for cardiac tissue engineering and pathways for cardiac maturation under a British Heart Foundation fellowship. [Joint with Professor Cesare Terracciano and Professor Sian Harding].

    Previously:
    MRes in Biomedical Research, Imperial College London [2014-2015]
    MSc in Biomedical Engineering, Imperial College London [2012-2013]
    BSc in Nanoengineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand [2007 - 2011]

  • Dr Anna Kloeckner

    DFG postdoctoral fellow in the Stevens Group since 2018 investigating nanotechnological approaches to strike bacterial infectious diseases. Joint with Dr Andrew Edwards, MRC Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection (CMBI) at Imperial College London.

    Previously:
    Postdoctoral position at the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) in the group of Tanja Schneider investigating the mode of action of antimicrobial substances [2016-2017].
    PhD in Biology at the University of Bonn studying the effect of antibiotics on the chlamydial life cycle [2011- 2016].

  • Dr Vernon Lalone

    Postdoctoral Research Assistant since 2019 developing micro-Raman spectroscopic techniques for the characterization of cells and tissues.

    Previously:
    PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Michigan [2015-2019]
    Analytical R&D Chemist, Perrigo Company [2013-2015]
    BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Michigan State University [2009-2013]

  • Miss Charlotte Lee-Reeves

    Bioengineering PhD student since 2017, researching neuronal cell interactions with nanomaterials.

    Previously:
    MSc Clinical Neuroscience at Institute of Neurology, UCL [2014-2015]

  • Mr Chunching Li

    Studying for a PhD in bone tissue engineering and gradient scaffold design, and funded by the Top University Strategic Alliance in the Republic of China (Taiwan).

    Previously:
    BSc in Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Science, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan [2008-2012]
    MEng Biomedical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan [2013-2014]

  • Miss Alessandra Lo Fiego

    MRes+PhD student in the Neurotechnology CDT since 2017 investigating neuronal interfacing systems for human pluripotent stem cells interrogation using materials-based nanotechnologies.

    Previously:
    MSc in Industrial Biotechnology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy [2013-2016]
    BSc in Biotechnology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy [2010-2013]

  • Miss Colleen Loynachan

    Marshall Scholar in Stevens Group since 2014 developing functionalised nanomaterials for ultra-sensitive diagnostics and drug delivery systems.

    Previously:
    B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology [2010 - 2014]

  • Mr Luke Salter

    PhD student studying the synthesis of novel, self-assembling, conductive copolymers as a potential scaffold for cardiac and nerve cell adhesion and proliferation.

    Previously:
    Research assistant at the John Innes Centre, Norwich Bioscience Institute working with nanoparticles for proteomics [2016]
    MEng from the Department of Materials at Imperial College [2011 - 2015]

  • Miss Camille Marijon

    Studying for a PhD in extracellular vesicles delivery systems for cardiac renegeration. Collaboration with Prof. Sian Harding and Prof. Philippe Menasche.

    Previously:
    MSc in Biomedical Engineering, Molecular and Cellular Biotherapy, ParisTech, France [2014-2015]
    PharmD, Paris V and Lyon I Universities, France [2007-2015]

  • Dr Axel Moore

    Whitaker International Fellow in the Stevens Group since 2017 researching cellular and tissue interactions with biomimetic scaffolds.

    Previously:
    Graduated with a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Delaware [2012-2017].

  • Dr Ioanna Mylonaki

    Swiss National Science Foundation research fellow since 2017 developing delivery systems for gene therapy. Joint with Prof. Sian Harding, National Heart & Lung Institute.

    Previously:
    PhD in polymeric drug delivery systems for cardiovascular application at the University of Geneva, Switzerland [2012-2017]
    BSc & MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Athens, Greece [2006-2011]

  • Dr Adrian Najer

    Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow in the Stevens Group since 2018 researching nanotechnological approaches to fight infectious diseases. Joint with Prof Jake Baum.

    Previously:
    SNF postdoctoral fellow, Imperial College London [2016-2018]
    PhD in Nanosciences, University of Basel and Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute [2011-2016]
    MSc and BSc in Nanosciences, University of Basel and Lund University [2006-2011]

  • Miss Valeria Nele

    Studying for a PhD on designing new biomaterials for bone and cardiovascular engineering. Funded by the Ermenegildo Zegna Founder’s Scholarship Program.

    Previously:
    Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (IT) [2013-2015]
    Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (IT) [2010-2013]

  • Dr Akemi Nogiwa Valdez

    Research Data Manager in Stevens Group since 2016.

    Previously:
    PhD [2006-2010] and Postdoctoral Researcher [2011-2013] in ceramic materials for bone replacement, University of Sheffield, UK.

  • Dr Miina Ojansivu

    Postdoctoral researcher in the Stevens Group since 2018 studying extracellular vesicles with super resolution microscopy.

    Previously:
    Visiting researcher in University of Bergen, Norway, developing bioprinting for bone tissue engineering applications [2017].
    PhD in Tissue engineering in Adult Stem Cell Group, University of Tampere, Finland [2013-2016].

  • Dr Liliang Ouyang

    Postdoctoral Research Associate in Stevens Group since 2017 researching in 3D bioprinting and engineering bioactive tissue-like constructs.

    Previously:
    PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at Tsinghua University, China [2012-2017]. Visiting Scholar in Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania [2015-2016].

  • Miss Ijeoma Patrick

    MRes + PhD in the Plastic Electronics CDT since 2018 researching organic semiconductors for biosensing applications. Co-supervised by Prof Martin Heeney.

    Previously:
    MSc in Nanotechnology at UCL [2016 - 2017]
    BSc in Physics at the University of Bristol [2010 - 2013]

  • Miss Katya Pchelintseva

    PhD student in Stevens Group since 2018 working on tissue engineering applications.

    Previously:
    Researcher, Stevens Group, Imperial College London [2017-2018]
    MSc in Biomedical Engineering, Imperial College London [2016-2017]
    BSc in Biology, Imperial College London [2013-2016]

  • Mr Jelle Penders

    PhD student and Early-Stage Researcher on the biochemical characterization of intracellular uptake mechanisms of innovative Nano formulations and drug-delivery systems. Funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions NANOMED ITN project.

    Previously:
    MSc. in Materials Chemistry and Nanotechnology, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden [2014-2016] BSc. in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands [2011-2014]

  • Mr Michael Potter

    MRes + PhD working on the design and development of a liposome-based diagnostic assay for cardiovascular disease and depression. Jointly supervised by Oscar Ces.

    Previously
    MChem in Chemistry at the University of Southampton [2011-2015]
    Exchange student at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore [2014]

  • Miss Brittany Rae

    Technician in the Stevens Group since 2018.

    Previously:
    Research Assistant, University of Newcastle, Australia [2017-2018]
    BSc in Biomedical Sciences (Hons I), University of Newcastle, Australia [2011-2015]

  • Dr Daniel Richards

    Postdoctoral Research Associate developing chemical methods for modifying proteins, for the purpose of generating novel biosensors for infectious disease.

    Previously:
    Postdoctoral Research Scientist at UCL, developing novel methods for attaching proteins to nanomaterials [2016-2017]
    PhD at UCL studying photochemical methods for manipulating proteins [2012-2016]

  • Dr Omar Rifaie Graham

    Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) Postdoctoral Fellow since 2019 studying autocatalytic polymer-based self-replicating systems.

    Previously:
    PhD (2014-2018) in stimuli responsive polymersomes and polymerisation-based diagnostics at the Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI) of the Universtiy of Fribourg, Switzerland.

  • Miss Kaja Ritzau-Reid

    MRes + PhD (In the Neurotechnology CDT) in conductive polymer platforms for the integrated in vitro investigation of neural networks.

    Previously:
    BSc (Hons) in Genetics, University of Glasgow [2010-2014]

  • Dr Hyejeong Seong

    Research Associate in Stevens Group since 2017 researching microfabricated devices and nanostructures for bio-applications.

    Previously:
    BS [2007-2011] and PhD [2011-2016] in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea

  • Mr Marco Sorbona

    Studying for a PhD in targeted cartilage regeneration in joint and intervertebral disc disease. Funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 under Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions ITN project.

    Previously:
    MSc in Chemical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy [2012-2014]
    BSc in Chemical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy [2009-2012]

  • Dr Alessondra Speidel

    Post-doctoral researcher studying bioscaffold engineering strategies for cardiac progenitor transplantation.

    Previously:
    PhD, Stevens Group, Imperial College London [2016]
    B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering, Duke University [2007-2011]

  • Dr Chloe Stockford

    Programme Manager - UKRMP Smart Materials Hub

    Previously:
    Programme Manager, Department of Mathematics; Operations Manager, Tech Foresight; Hydrogen and Fuel and Cell Supergen Coordinator (2013-2018).
    Consultant inVentive Healthcare (Pharmaceutical Communications) (2011-2013).
    PhD from University of Cambridge, Physical Chemistry (2006-2010).

  • Dr Rujie Sun

    Postdoctoral research associate investigating tissue-electronics interfaces and soft robotics since 2019.

    Previously:
    PhD in aerospace engineering, University of Bristol [2014-2019]

  • Miss Ilona Sunyovszki

    PhD student since 2018, focusing on monitoring of cardiac maturation in 3D printed vascularized constructs. Joint with Profs Cesare Terracciano and Nadia Rosenthal.

    Previously:
    MRes in Biomedical Research, Imperial College London [2016-2017]
    Research assistant, Wyss Institute at Harvard University [2016]
    Undergraduate research placement, Harvard University [2014-2015]
    B.Sc. in Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems, Austria [2012-2015]

  • Mr Jiaqing Tang

    PhD candidate in The Stevens Group since 2018 researching tissue engineering and materials characterization.

    Previously:
    MSc, Advanced Material science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK, [2017-2018]
    BSc, Chemistry, Hunan University, China, [2012-2016]

  • Dr Michael Thomas

    Research associate in the Stevens Group since November 2013 working on ultra-sensitive nanoparticle based diagnostic systems.

    Previously:
    PhD in Physics - Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials, University of Bristol [2009-2013]

  • Miss Renee Tonkin

    President's PhD scholar studying biomaterials for various applications including tissue regeneration and antibiotic resistance.

    Previously:
    MRes Bioengineering, Imperial College London [2016-2017]
    BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry, Imperial College London [2012-2016]

  • Miss Sirli Treumuth

    Laboratory Technician in Stevens Group since 2018.

    Previously:
    MRes in Biosciences (Biotechnology), University College London, [2016-2017]
    Laboratory Specialist in Clinical Microbiology and Virology in University of Tartu, Estonia [2014-2016]
    BSc in Biomedical Sciences, Oxford Brookes University [2011-2014]

  • Mr Thomas Whittaker

    Postdoctoral Research Associate since 2019.

    Previously:
    PhD, Stevens Group, Imperial College London [2014,2019]
    BA and MSci in Biochemistry, University of Cambridge [2010-2014]

  • Mr Charlie Winter

    PhD student researching the cellular delivery of extracellular vesicles for regenerative medicine, under a GlaxoSmithKline CASE studentship.

    Previously:
    Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society [2015]
    MPharm in Pharmacy, University College London (UCL), [2010-2014]

  • Dr Jonathan Wojciechowski

    Postdoctoral research associate in the Stevens Group since 2018 researching functionalised nanomaterials and their applications in biosensing and regenerative medicine.

    Previously:
    PhD in Chemistry at the University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia [2014-2018]

  • Dr Christopher Wood

    Post-doctoral research associate since 2016, working on the development of chemical and nanoparticle sensors for biomarker detection.

    Previously:
    PhD in supramolecular chemistry, University of Cambridge [2011-2015]

  • Dr Yunlei Xianyu

    Research Associate in the Stevens Group since 2016 working on nanoparticle-based biosensors for diagnostics.

    Previously:
    PhD in Nanotechnology at the National Centre for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST), Chinese Academy of Sciences [2011-2016]

  • Dr Jonathan Yeow

    Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow in the Stevens Group since 2019 researching hybrid polymer-protein nanomaterials for bioapplications.

    Previously:
    Visiting Post-Doctoral researcher, Harvard University, USA [2018]
    Research Associate [2017-2018] and PhD [2014-2017], University of New South Wales, Australia
    BSc in Chemistry and BEng (Hons) in Biomedical Engineering, University of Sydney, Australia [2009-2013]

  • Dr Limor Zwi-Dantsis

    Post-doctoral Research Fellow in the Stevens Group developing functionalised nanomaterials for cardiac regeneration.

    Previously:
    PhD in Biotechnology, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology [2008-2014]
    BSc in Biotechnology and Food Engineering, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology [2004-2008]

  • Mr Øystein Øvrebø

    Aker Scholar in the Stevens Group (MRes+PhD) since 2018 developing scaffolds for regeneration of the bone-cartilage interface. Joint with Dr Jonathan Jeffers.

    Previously:
    BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering at the University of Manchester [2015-2018].