Office: Room C511, Roderic Hill Building, Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College London
Office Tel: +44 (0)7411 646 6362
Supervisors: Prof. Sakis Mantalaris and Prof. Stratos Pistikopoulos
- Mammalian cell culture and modelling
- Bioprocess systems engineering
- Culture design and fabrication
- Analytical biostatistics
PhD in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK.
|2012-2013||MSc in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK.
Thesis: 3D scaffold cord blood erythropoiesis systems.
|2008-2012||BSc in Mathematics, Pepperdine University, CA, USA
BA in Chemistry, Pepperdine University, CA, USA
Development of a bio-inspired in silico-in vitro platform: towards personalised healthcare through optimisation of a bone marrow mimicry bioreactor
Please refer to ResearchGate for publications
- 2015: Advanced Bioprocess Engineering Tutor
- 2014: Knowledge Laboratories - CSTR Conversion Teaching Assistant
- 2011: General Chemistry (1 Yr) Laboratory Teaching Assistant
- 2014-2017: Imperial College Chemical Enginering Department International Scholarship
- 2011-2012: Pepperdine University TOOMA and SURP research grants
- 2010: Natural Science Foundation DMS-0601395 research grant at UCLA
- 2009: Pi Mu Epsilon Academic Fraternity for Mathematical Excellence
- 2012: HRL Laboratories Developmental Engineer in the Sensors and Materials Laboratory
- 2011: Pepperdine University REU in Natural Product Discovery and Multivariate Statistics
- 2011: Imperial College UROP in Nanoporous Protein Crystallisation Methods
- 2010: UCLA Applied Mathematics REU in Stochastic Modelling and Prediction
Dr. Ana Luz Quiroga Campano
Office: Room C511, Roderic Hill building, Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering.
Office Tel: +44 (0)7411 646 6362
Supervisors: Prof. Sakis Mantalaris
- Biotechnology and bioprocess engineering
- Modelling and optimisation of cell culture processes
|2014-2017||PhD in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK.|
|2010-2012||Master of Sciences (Biotechnology). Univeridad de Chile (Chile)|
|2004-2010||Chemical Engineering. Univeridad de Chile (Chile)|
|2004-2010||Biotechnology. Universidad de Chile (Chile)|
Mathematical modelling and experimental validation for the optimization and control of mammalian cell culture systems
- M.E. Lienqueo, C. Shene, A. Quiroga, O. Salazar, J.C. Salgado, J.A. Asenjo, “Experimental validation of the predictions of a mathematical model for protein puriﬁcation and tag selection”, Separation Science and Technology, 45 (2010) 2153.
- 2009-2010: Metabolic Engineering and Fermentation BT52A. Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Faculty of Physics and Mathematical Sciences, Universidad de Chile.
- 2010: Workshop of Projects EI2001-24 (March-July, 2010). Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Faculty of Physics and Mathematical Sciences, Universidad de Chile.
- 2011-2012: Workshop of Process Design. Academic Support in the design of a waste water treatment plant with a group of 4 Chemical Engineering Students. Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Faculty of Physics and Mathematical Sciences, Universidad de Chile.
- 2012-: Becas-Chile Scholarship, Advanced Human Capital Program, National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT). Government of Chile.
- 2010-2012: Researcher funding, Master of Sciences, Universidad de Chile.
- 2009-2012: FONDECYT project N°1080143.“Effects of hydrophobic polypeptide tag fusion on protein purification by Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography”