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Our Past Research Fellows and PhD students

This is a list of our former PhD Students and Reserach Fellows

Photo of James Eills

I developed new techniques to generate hyperpolarized biologically relevant small molecules, and perform research into ways to store this polarization for times exceeding the T1 spin-lattice relaxation time

James Eills - PhD Student (2015/18)
Photo of Stuart J Elliott

My research interests concerned the storage lifetime of nuclear spin order in deuterated spin systems, specificially methyl groups and fumarates, and how their relaxation properties differ from ordinary magnetization

Stuart J Elliott - PhD Student (2013/17) and Research Fellow (2017/18)
Photo of Luke Evans

My research involved the study of membrane protein structure in oriented lipid bilayers (which mimic the physiological environment) using a combination of synchrotron-radiation circular dichroism spectroscopy and solid-state NMR

Luke Evans - PhD Student (2014/17)
Photo of Julia Hollenbach

My research was focused on the design of a continuous flow device using para-Hydrogen to generate hyperpolarized substrates on tap

Julia Hollenbach - Research Fellow (2017/18)
Photo of Micheal M. Jolly

My research project was focused on bespoke applications of paramagnetic species to facilitate sensitivity enhancements in biological solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance

Micheal M. Jolly - PhD Student (2014/18)
Photo of Aliki Moysiadi

My research focused on the investigation of singlet states utilising supercritical fluids to increase their lifetime; the ultimate goal was the storage and transport of hyperpolarised spin order

Aliki Moysiadi - PhD Student (2016/18)
Photo of Eva E. Scherer

My research was on investigating the internal dynamics of MHC class I molecules in order to understand the implications this has in the selection of peptides and their subsequent presentation to Tcells

Eva E. Scherer - PhD Student
Photo of Monique C. Tourell

My researches focused on the development of novel methods that use long-lived spin states to access information like porosity and tortuosity in porous media

Monique C. Tourell - Research Fellow (2017/18)
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