The NEL Team
PhD student (Corrie, Kempe)
Julia started her PhD in August 2016 with to work on novel signal transduction approaches for in vivo nanosensors. She brings a unique perspective to the group, with her background in both chemistry and architecture.
PhD student (Corrie, Traven)
Vidhishri started her PhD in August 2016 to start a new collaboration between NEL and Ana Traven's Fungal Pathogen lab at Monash. She is currently investigating how differences in nanoparticle properties (size, shape, coatings) affect interactions with fungal pathogens.
Gabriel Tai Hyunh
PhD student (Corrie, Meagher, Frith)
Gabriel started his PhD in March 2017, focussing on incorporating nanosensors into 3D-printed cell culture scaffolds, to enable spatio-temporal monitoring of key metabolites.
PhD student (Corrie, Plebanski)
Ed started his PhD in March 2018. His PhD will be focussed on developing protein nanosensors for in vivo monitoring of ovarian cancer