Dr Philip Miller received his PhD. from the Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland in 2004. Following postdoctoral research at Imperial College (2004-2007), he was awarded an EPSRC-LSI Fellowship at Imperial College and Aarhus University PET Centre in Denmark (2007-2011). Philip is now a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry. His research interests include:  the development of PET tracer molecules using the short-lived isotopes carbon-11, fluorine-18 and gallium-68;  the application of microfluidic flow reactors for chemical synthesis;  design of novel ligands and transition metal coordination complexes for homogenous catalysis.
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