I am a postdoctoral research associate split between the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford.
I studied physics at the University of Durham followed by a PhD there in flexible metal oxide thin film transistors, working with a growing industrial partner. Following this I completed 3.5 years postdoctoral work at l’École des Mines de Saint-Étienne, based as the Center for Microelectronics in Provence, where I moved in to organic and medical electronics. I am now working wholly in bioelectronics, focusing on the transition to laser based processing.
I am interested in reducing the trauma caused during device implantation of neural interfacing in the brain and spinal cord.
Minimally Invasive Implants
Oxford Bioelectronics Laboratory
- Finite element analysis of electric field distribution during direct current stimulation of the spinal cord: Implications for device design
- Flexible, Implantable, Pulse Oximetry Sensors: Toward Long-Term Monitoring of Blood Oxygen Saturations
- Design, Fabrication and Characterisation of Multi-Parameter Optical Sensors Dedicated to E-Skin Applications
- High conductivity PEDOT:PSS through laser micro-annealing: mechanisms and application
- Biomimetic models of the human eye, and their applications
- Simultaneous measurement of electrical characteristics and microstructure of crystallised PEDOT:PSS based OECTs under strain
- Changes in temperature inside an optomechanical model of the human eye during emulated transscleral cyclophotocoagulation
- Amorphous InGaZnO and metal oxide semiconductor devices: an overview and current status
- Densification of a-IGZO with low-temperature annealing for flexible electronics applications