Author: Muamer

Welcome Anthony

Anthony just finished his bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical Science at Monash University. He is now starting on his honours project focusing on electrochemical glucose biosensor based on vertical grown gold nanowires modified micropillars. He...

New paper in Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical

Beatriz and colleagues have recently published in Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical their work on a label-free optical biosensor based on nanoporous anodic alumina for tumour necrosis factor-alpha detection in chronic wounds. Tumour necrosis factor-alpha...

Welcome Lauren

Lauren has just completed the 2nd year of her bachelor of biomedical science degree at Monash university. For the next 6 weeks she will be working with the team to develop silicon nanowire architectures as...

New paper in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Anna and colleagues have recently published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces their work on novel Gd-Loaded silicon nanohybrid: A potential EGFR expressing cancer cell targeting  MRI contrast agent. Continuing our research efforts in...

Welcome Santiago

Santiago has just finished his 3rd year of his bachelor of biomedical science and engineering double degree at Monash university. He will be working with the team for the next 6 weeks as part...

New paper in Biomaterials

Prof. Nico and colleagues have recently published in Biomaterials their work on manipulating human dendritic cell phenotype and function with targeted porous silicon nanoparticles. Dendritic cells (DC) are the most potent antigen-presenting cells and...

New paper in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Anna and colleagues have recently published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces their work on gold nanocluster-mediated cellular death under electromagnetic radiation. Gold nanoclusters (Au NCs) have become a promising nanomaterial for cancer therapy...

PhD position available (Application closes December)

We are looking for highly motivated, passionate and competitive candidates for fully-funded PhD positions in basic molecular biology, cellular biology and nanobiotechnology. Successful candidates will join Professor Voelcker’s research group at the Melbourne Centre...