About the Project
This project is designed to build upon the current strengths of the collaborative team comprised of Dr Zhan Ong, Prof Stephen Evans (School of Physics and Astronomy), Dr James McLaughlan (School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering), and Dr Andrew Kirby (School of Medicine) for the design, synthesis, and evaluation of novel organic/inorganic hybrid nanomaterials for antimicrobial and photothermal applications in Medicine. This project will suit a self-motivated student with a Physics, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Engineering, or other relevant background. The student will gain hands-on experience in a wide range of interdisciplinary research skills such as nanoparticle synthesis, materials characterisation (e.g. TEM/SEM, XPS, and DLS) as well as mammalian and bacterial culture to address a major global health challenge in antimicrobial resistance. The student will benefit from working in a vibrant and multidisciplinary environment in the Bragg Centre for Materials Research as well as with staff and students from the Schools of Physics and Medicine at the University of Leeds.
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