NanoMedic is a site dedicated to communicating nanomedicine to the public. Our mission is to engage the public and academics across the world in one community.
The site is currently run by Dr. Matthew Hockley. Find out more about Matthew through his personal blog, NewNanomedic.
I was a PDRA working on On-body Me Manufacturing System (OMMS) funded by Engineering Practical Science Research Council (EPSRC) at the University of Kent. I worked on a microfluidic leukapheresis device (Separating white blood cells from whole blood). Read more here.
I studied a PhD in Engineering Mathematics at the University of Bristol, September 2014 – October 2019. I created a fast prototyping nanoparticle testbed. The platform monitored the distribution of nanoparticles through tumour extracellular matrix mimics. My PhD thesis is available here: Screening Nanoparticle Dynamics on Modular Tumours-on-a-chip devices — University of Bristol
I graduated from the University of Lincoln with a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science degree in September 2014. This degree was accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). I learnt a variety of biomedical techniques used for the diagnosis and improving human health.