化学院学术报告：Nanostructured conducting polymers for electrochemical sensing and biosensing
Reporter：Prof. Anthony Joseph Killard
Title:Nanostructured conducting polymers for electrochemical sensing and biosensing
Time:9:30-10:30, 20th, April.
Professor of Biomedical Sciences, University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol;
Co-founder, Director and Chief Technology Officer, BreathDX (UK) Ltd, Bristol;
Adjunct Professor, Biomedical Diagnostics Institute (BDI), Dublin.
· BA(Mod) Natural Sciences (Microbiology) (II:1). First in class. Trinity College Dublin, 1993.
· PhD in Biotechnology, Dublin City University (DCU), 1998. Chancellor’s Medal Winner.
Key Performance Indicators： Total Publications ~220; Refereed papers 85; Reviews 14; Chapters 11; Invited lectures 40; Citations: >3400; h index=32 (Scopus); Graduated PhD/MSc: 9/1; Funding ~ €10.6M (£9.15M).
Oct 05 – Dec 10, Principal Investigator, Biomedical Diagnostics Institute, DCU
Principal Investigator, National Centre for Sensor Research, DCU
Academic Member, Centre for Preventative Medicine, DCU
Oct 04 – Oct 05, Senior Research Fellow, Biomedical Diagnostics Group, DCU
Jan ‘04– Oct ’04, Research Fellow, School of Chemical Sciences, NCSR
Aug ‘00 – Dec ’03, Research Scientist, Inverness Medical Ltd
Oct ’99 – Aug ’00, Assistant Lecturer in Analytical Chemistry, School of Chemical Sciences, Dublin City University
Jan ’99 – Mar ’99, Visiting research fellow, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia
Feb ’98 – Sep ’99, Postdoctoral research fellowship, Dublin City University
· Winner of Best Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator, Organic Electronics Association 2013
· EI Industrial Technologies Commercialisation Award, 2008
· Recipient, DCU Senior Researcher Fellowship, 2008
· Enterprise Ireland Best of 2007-2008: Commercialisation of Irish Research Awards
· DCU Innovation Award Winner 2007, 2012
· Dublin City University Chancellor’s Medal Winner, 1998
· Royal Irish Academy Science Writing Competition Winner 1996 and Runner up 1997
· BA(Mod) Natural Sciences (Microbiology) Best of Class Prize Winner 1993
· Smithkline Beecham - Best Project Prize Winner 1993 and Best Research Essay 1993
· Junior Sophister Microbiology - Guinness Best of Class Prize Winner 1992
Professional affiliations: Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, ISE Member. Member of Organic Electronics Association
Reporter：Dr. Aoife Morrin
Title:Wearable Analytical Platforms for Monitoring Skin Physiology
Time:10:30-11:30, 20th, April.
Associate Professor – Analytical Chemistry (School of Chemical Sciences, Dublin City University) 2015 - Present.
Lecturer -Analytical Chemistry(School of Chemical Sciences, Dublin City University) 2008- 2015
Funded Investigator –INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics
PhD. - ‘Development of modified electrode surfaces for the development of electroanalytical sensors’ (Dublin City University, Ireland, 2004).
Primary Degree 1.1 – Applied Sciences, Chemistry & Mathematics (Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin St., Dublin, 2000).
Accolades and achievements:
Publications 50 research papers, 3 book chapters, edited 1 book (H-Factor: 18; m-Factor: 1.8; citations: 1163).
Co-inventor on 2 patent applications
Presidents Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in the ‘New Lecturers/Postgraduate Tutors Category’, 2008.
Winner (2007) & Nominee (2008) of Dublin City University Life Sciences Invention Disclosure Awards.
Reviewer for numerous peer-reviewed journals including: J. Electroanal. Chem., Eur. Poly. J., Thin Solid Films, Electrochim. Acta, Sens. Actuat. B., Electrochem. Comm.
Reviewer for IRCSET Ulysess Award 2010; Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund 2016.
Applied Sciences Award (highest academic grade in final year) Dublin Institute of Technology (2000).