Imperial College London
Research Project: In situ characterisation of the bio-nano interface of hybrid fluorescent semiconducting nanoparticles for in vitro
Supervisors: Prof Molly Stevens (ICL)
Amy graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2021 with a BA in Nanoscience, the Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials. For her final year project she worked on organic electronics for diagnostic devices in the CRANN research institute. Her Laidlaw summer research project focussed on microcantilever technology for testing of malaria vaccine efficacy. Amy will now be working as part of the Steven’s group in Imperial College, looking at the bio-nano interface of hybrid semiconducting nanoparticles for bioimaging and diagnostic devices.