Pro-Vice Chancellor (Interdisciplinary Research), Professor of Chemical Sciences
Deputy Head of Department Electronics and Computer Science, Professor of Bioelectronics
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Ranked in the top one per cent of universities globally and among the UK's top 20 for research, the University of Southampton has an international reputation for its research, teaching and enterprise activities. The department of Electronics and Computer science is ranked first in the UK for the volume and quality of research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
The Morgan research group has a long-standing interest in developing bioelectronic and microfluidic platforms. The incorporation of electronics into microfluidic systems has led to increases in the control of sample separation, facilitated remote biosensing and improved the study of biological samples in near-physiological conditions.
Research in the Attard group has focused on understanding complex systems. This has increased the understanding of the regulation and role of lipids in biological systems. By combining fundamental physical chemistry and lipidomics approaches, the group has identified and elucidated a pathway for the homeostatic control of lipid membrane composition.
Within the evFOUNDRY project, the Southampton team are working on developing microfluidic technologies for the effective separation and detection of extra-cellular vesicles from the samples provided by project partners in Aarhus and Utrecht. In addition a working prototype device will be produced in Southampton, which combines the technologies developed in Southampton, Lund and at the CSGI.
CSGI, Department of Chemistry University of Florence,
via della Lastruccia 3, 50019 Florence (Italy)
CSGI, Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine, University of Brescia, Viale Europa 11, 25123 Brescia, Italy
CSGI, Department of Chemistry University of Florence, via della Lastruccia 3, 50019 Florence (Italy)
evFOUNDRY has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 801367