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Institute for Life Sciences

Bioengineering Seminar: Bioanalysis in Lab-on-a-Chip Devices Event

Prof Nicole Pamme
Time:
14:00 - 15:00
Date:
13 December 2016
Venue:
Room 1081, Building 06, Highfield Campus, University of Southampton

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Event details

Presented by Prof Nicole Pamme, University of Hull

 

Abstract: Miniaturising fluidic handling to the micrometer scale has the potential to revolutionise bioanalysis and biomedical research. In our group, we employ lab-on-a-chip devices in clinical diagnostics for heart attack markers or bacterial infection in blood and urine samples, for water quality analysis in resource-poor settings, for quality control of radiopharmaceuticals and also for analysis of tissue biopsies in the context of personalised medicine.

Biography: Nicole Pamme is a Professor in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Hull. She started her scientific career with a degree in Chemistry from the University of Marburg (Germany). This was followed by a PhD in Chemistry at Imperial College London and a 2-year stay as in Independent Research Fellow at the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan. She moved to Hull as Lecturer in Analytical Chemistry in 2005.

Speaker information

Professor Nicole Pamme,University of Hull,Prof Nicole Pamme graduated with the title of Diplom Chemiker (equivalent to an MChem) from the University of Marburg, Germany, in 1999. For her PhD she went to Imperial College London to join the group of Prof. Andreas Manz, where she worked on single particle analysis in microfluidic chips until 2004. This was followed by a stay in Tsukuba, Japan, as an independent research fellow in the International Centre for Young Scientists (ICYS) at the National Institute for Materials Science NIMS. She has been a Lecturer in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Hull since 2005 and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2011, Reader in 2013 and Professor in 2014.

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