Ke Meng

University College London


Research Project: Block Copolymer-Derived Mesoporous Membranes for Bioprocessing
Daniel Bracewell(UCL)

Ke graduated with a BEng in Biochemical Engineering from UCL in 2017, followed by an MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology at Imperial College London in 2018. After his master’s study, he pursued his career as a technical service engineer (upstream process) in Henlius Biotech, a biopharmaceutical company based in Shanghai, China. His research interest lies in the areas of process development and analysis on novel biologics such as monoclonal antibodies, cell and gene therapy. His PhD project is to develop novel nanofiltration membranes for purifying biologics such as viral vectors and proteins. Ke works at the UCL Department of Biochemical Engineering.