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Position: Senior Lecturer in Electrochemical Interfaces
Institution: Newcastle University
Department: School of Engineering
Address: Merz Court
 Claremont Road
 Newcastle, NE1 7RU

Web: http://www.marloespeeters.nl
Email: Not public
Telephone: 00441612471450
Cell: Not public

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Personal statement:
I graduated from Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands) with a degree in Chemistry & Chemical Engineering. For my PhD, I moved to research institute IMO/IMOMEC in Belgium where I was part of the BIOSensors group of prof. Wagner. Part of my research involved the synthesis of synthetic polymeric receptors, while the other part was related to the detection of biomolecules. After finishing my PhD, I continued as a postdoctoral researcher within the same group to develop a novel thermal detection method for measurements of both small molecules and proteins in complex matrices (for instance, human blood plasma or saliva). In 2014, I started working at the organic chemistry group at Queen Mary University of London in order to get experience with ‘natural’ receptors, in this case enzymes.  Mid 2015, I commenced my independent research career as a lecturer in Chemical Biology at Manchester Metropolitan University, which was followed to my move to the School of Engineering at Newcastle University as Senior Lecturer. Here I would like to combine my expertise of thermal detection methods with functionalization strategies of enzymes.

Previous posts:

Dates: 2015-currentInstitution: Manchester Metropolitan University
Job title: Lecturer in Chemical Biology

Dates: 2014-2015Institution: Queen Mary University of London
Job title: postdoctoral researcher

Dates: 2013-2014Institution: IMO/IMOMEC, Belgium
Job title: postdoctoral researcher


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