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People

  1. Group Leaders
  2. Post-Doctoral Researchers
  3. Research Assistants
  4. PhD students
  5. Visiting Scientists

Group Leaders

Professor Clemens Kaminski
  • Professor of Chemical Physics
  • Head of Group
  • Director of CamBridgeSens
  • Director of EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Sensor Technologies and Applications
+44 1223 7 63135
University Lecturer Gabriele S Kaminski Schierle
  • University Lecturer in Molecular Biotechnology
  • Head of Molecular Biology Group
Dr Eric John Rees
  • University Lecturer
  • Group Leader: Quantitative Imaging

Post-Doctoral Researchers

Dr Oliver Hadeler
  • Progamme Manager of CamBridgeSens, the University’s strategic network for sensor research.
+44 (0)1223 762240
Dr Romain Laine
  • Super-resolution microscopy study of HSV-1 viral infection and viral particle formation
+44 (0)1223 330133
Dr Janin Lautenschläger
  • Mitochondrial dysfunction and alpha-synuclein misfolding in cellular models
+44 (0)1223 330134
Dr Meng Lu
  • Super-resolution microscopy study of protein aggregation
Dr Claire H Michel
  • Live cell and organism imaging of amyloid species and their interactions
Dr Nadya Nespovitaya
  • Super-resolution microscopy of functional hormone amyloids
+44 (0)1223 330133

Research Assistants

Dr Amberley Stephens
  • Research assistant for neuroscience projects

PhD students

Suil Collins
  • Super-resolution imaging of trafficking of Amyloid beta and Tau
Nathan Curry
  • Construction of an optical super resolution microscope using the concept of Reversibly Switchable Fluorescence Transitions
+44 (0)1223 330133
Marcus Fantham
  • Plasmonic structured illumination super-resolution microscopy using nano-structured surfaces and graphene coated coverslips for virus assembly research
+44 (0)1223 330133
Jhalique Jane Fojas
  • Integrated microfluidics nanosensor development for neurodegenerative disease diagnostics
Gemma Goodfellow
  • Combining machine learning and super-resolution microscopy to determine the shapes of viruses used in flu vaccinations and cancer therapies
Philippa Hooper
  • Graphene-based multi-electrode arrays to investigate neuronal activity in combination with fluorescence readouts.
+44 (0)1223 330133
James Manton
  • Methods for optical sensing beyond conventional limits
+44 (0)1223 330133
Miranda Robbins
  • Can Tau trafficking be inhibited by antibodies?
Craig Russell
  • 3D Single Particle Tracking using Light Sheet Microscopy
+44 (0)1223 330133
Florian Ströhl
  • Superresolution microscopy development for investigations on neuronal growth and diseases of the brain
+44 1223 7 330133
Pedro Vallejo-Ramirez
  • Optical and digital tradeoffs in STED microscopy for imaging in organotypic tissue cultures
+44 (0)1223 330133
Oliver Vanderpoorten
  • 2-photon microlithography for microscopic lab on chip devices
+44 (0)1223 330133
Laurie Young
  • Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) of amyloid formation
+44 (0)1223 330133
Na Yu
  • Development of advanced optical techniques for the study of amyloid protein interaction in living model systems

Visiting Scientists

Amanda Haack
  • High-throughput microfluidic immobilization of C. elegans