I joined Imperial in February 2018, as a Research Associate in the Department of Bioengineering, before which I worked in the Department of Anthropology at Durham University and at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology studying teeth and primate evolution.
I am interested in the intersection of anthropology and engineering (anthroengineering), and am currently applying anthroengineering to the design of biomedical devices for low-to-middle-income countries. I am working with a team in Sri Lanka, focusing on the design of culturally relevant and sustainable orthopaedic devices – specifically external fixators to stabilize broken bones that can be manufactured locally. Additionally, we are working towards the design of prosthetics for amputees in northern Jaffna, the vast majority of which received their injuries as a result of the nearly 30 year civil war.
I joined the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London in 2018 with an independent fellowship funded by EPSRC. (more…)
“I’m Professor of Synthetic Biology in the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial in South Kensington. I’ve been at Imperial since 2013 – before that I was a group leader at the EMBL-CRG in Barcelona for around seven years. (more…)
I am a Londoner with a European heritage who spent nearly ten years outside the capital completing an undergraduate degree in Psychology & Sociology. (more…)
I am a marine geophysicist which means I mainly conduct my research from ships using specialist remote-sensing equipment. (more…)
I am an Assistant Building Services Engineer in the Engineering, Energy and Environment team part of the wider Estates Operations at Imperial College. (more…)
I joined Imperial’s Department of Computing in March 2018, having previously worked around the UK higher education sector in a variety of teaching and leadership roles.
I’ve been a clinical academic physiotherapist at the Trust since 2003, working as a specialist in the musculoskeletal out-patient service as well as progressing my research career.
“My role as a CATO Coordinator allows me to be the main point of contact for clinical academic trainees and researchers (medical) for advice and information on academic careers, recruitment, training and funding. (more…)
“I’m a geologist by training: I have a MSci in Geology from UCL and a PhD in Geochemistry from the University of Edinburgh, and have specialised in the study and teaching of igneous processes.