Stelios Chatzimichail, PhD student (2015 - present)
High-throughput, precise and absolutely quantitative proteomic methods remain a holy-grail of systems biology. Stelios is developing next generation technology for high-throughput multidimensional single cell analysis driven by the pressing need understand stem cell behaviour at the single cell level.
Pashiini Supramaniam, PhD student (2016 - PRESENT)
Pashiini is using artificial cells and microfluidic chips to control and understand biochemical signalling pathways. Such an integrated strategy will be invaluable in providing insight into the molecular basis of drug resistance in disease.
Christopher Parperis, MRes project student (2016 - PRESENT)
Chris is improving methods in bottom-up synthetic biology to enable precision engineering of artificial cells with single molecule resolution.
Vanessa Ho, UROP project student (2016)
As part of her project, Vanessa is learning and helping to develop our single cell technologies.
- Oct 2016 Ali is invited to help launch the I-HUB, Imperial's new translation and innovation hub, with an exhibition of anywhereHPLC and a talk at the Global Challenges Showcase. Learn more.
- Sep 2016 Our optical trap and microbead racetrack goes to New Scientist Live! Learn more.
- Jul 2016 Ali was part of the winning team in the recent EMBRACE Sandpit on Antimicrobial Resistance Collaboration, to work on a project promoting immune clearance of infections. Learn more.
- Apr 2016 Stelios’ start-up BioNet named winner of the 2016 Venture Catalyst Challenge taking home £10k in prize money. Learn more.
- Mar 2016 Pashiini's team take home 3rd prize at Chemistry's E&I pitch event with RiskE, an idea for a computer assisted COSHH generator.
- Jun/Jul 2015 Single Cell science exhibit at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition. Learn more.