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Miss Sarah E Laughlin BSc

Postgraduate research student (NEXUSS)

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Miss Sarah Laughlin is a postgraduate research student within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

2013-2017: BSc Chemistry 1st Class Honours, University of Southampton

Excel Placement (2016): Innovative cytokine extraction, purification & analysis for non-invasive inflammation monitoring.

Final Year Project (2017): Design and Manufacture of a Microfluidic Device for MRI Characterisation of Diffusion and Slow flow for the progression of water diffusion MRI (Recipient of R E Parker Project Prize for best Undergraduate project)

Research interests

PhD student working on novel microfluidic systems for radionuclide detection with research experience in applying slow flow & diffusion magnetic resonance spectroscopy to novel microfluidic systems, innovative cytokine extraction, purification & analysis for non-invasive inflammation monitoring.

Research project: Development of novel microfluidics systems for radionuclide detection

Supervisors:

Phil Warwick
Ian Croudace
Geraldine Clinton-Bailey

Research group

Geochemistry

Affiliate research group

Ocean Technology and Engineering

Miss Sarah E Laughlin
Ocean and Earth Science
National Oceanography Centre Southampton
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus
European Way
Southampton SO14 3ZH
UK
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