Claudia Ferreira (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal) is doing a research project in the group as part of her Masters under the Erasmus+ programme.
Posts By: Pedro Estrela
JL Hammond, MC Rosamond, S Sivaraya, F Marken, P Estrela
"Fabrication of a Horizontal and a Vertical Large Surface Area Nanogap Electrochemical Sensor"
Sunil K Arya, Pedro Estrela
Electrochemical immunosensor for tumor necrosis factor-alpha detection in undiluted serum
H Gaiji, P Jolly, S Ustuner, S Goggins, M Abderrabba, CG Frost, P Estrela:
"A Peptide Nucleic Acid (PNA)-DNA Ferrocenyl Intercalator for Electrochemical Sensing"
P Jolly, A Miodek, DK Yang, LC Chen, MD Lloyd, P Estrela
"Electro-engineered polymeric films for the development of sensitive aptasensors for prostate cancer marker detection"
VK Tamboli, N Bhalla, P Jolly, CR Bowen, JT Taylor, JL Bowen, CJ Allender, P Estrela
"Hybrid Synthetic Receptors on MOSFET Devices for Detection of Prostate Specific Antigen in Human Plasma"
P Jolly, MR Batistuti, A Miodek, P Zhurauski, M Mulato, MA Lindsay, P Estrela
"Highly Sensitive Dual Mode Electrochemical Platform for MicroRNA Detection"
Pedro Estrela visited the University of São Paulo (USP) as part of an exchange scheme funded by the University of Bath and FAPESP (SPRINT programme).
The visit to the campus in Ribeirão Preto was very useful to interact with the members of the group of Prof Mulato as well as visit the facilities and learn about the spread of research being done at USP Ribeirão Preto.
The visit was followed by attendance at the Brazilian Materials Research Society conference in Campinas where Dr Estrela had an invited talk. The conference enabled to establish further links with Brazilian researchers which can lead to future collaborations.
The collaboration between Pedro Estrela and Marcelo Mulato (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) was featured on the University website: http://www.bath.ac.uk/case-studies/developing-biosensor-devices-for-better-cancer-diagnosis/
Zihua Yang (Capital Normal University, China) is doing a 3 month placement in Bath as part of her Masters.