Stevens Group Members
Marco Barbero Mota
MRes student since 2019, researching Raman spectroscopy and AI techniques for Raman data analysis.
Undergraduate final dissertation project in bionanotechnology, CIB-CSIC (Spanish National Research Council) [2018-2019]
BSc Biomedical Engineering, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid [2014-2019]
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).
MEng in Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace at the University of Southampton [2013-2017]
MRes student since 2019 researching functional polymer materials for bioengineering applications.
Research Staff in Infectious Disease Diagnostics, Harvard Medical School [2017-2018]
BEng in Biomedical Engineering, Zhejiang University [2013-2017]
Ines Obregon Gomez
MRes in Chemical Biology and Bio-entrepreneurship since 2019 researching memory cryogels for cardiac cell delivery.
Previously: BSc in Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Navarra [UNAV: 2013-2019]
Lino Prados Martin
MRes in Nanomaterials since 2019 researching fluorescent nanoparticles for point-of-care diagnostics.
Previously: BSc in Biomedical Engineering at Carlos III University of Madrid [2014-2018]
Candidate on the Centre for Doctoral Training in BioDesign Engineering programme since 2019 researching DNA nanostructures for disease diagnostics and prognostics.
Biological Sciences BSc (Hons), Imperial College London [2016-2019]
MRes Bioengineering student researching biomaterials for retina regeneration.
Biochemistry BSc (hon) at King’s College London [2016-19]
Herbert Siu Ho Wong
MRes student since 2019 working on the optimisation of a microfluidics-based diagnostic device.
BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University [2015-2019]
MRes student since 2019 researching shape memory cryogels.
BEng of Bioengineering at Harbin Institute of Technology [2015-2019]
Exchange student of Life Science College at Fudan University