Research Fellow, Faculty of Science
Julie is based in the nano and micro scale Research Centre, working as a research fellow within the school of Pharmacy. Her research interests include the development and optimisation of cryogenic sample preparation and associated imaging and spectroscopy / spectrometry. Other interests include the synthesis of novel hollow nano carbon structures and their characterisation and the effects of altering sample preparation methods. Previous experience includes silver nanoparticle synthesis, in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy and analytical chemistry (IR, NMR, mass spec, titration).
Sample preparation, including cryogenic sample preparation, scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, energy dispersive spectroscopy.
Training and teaching cryo sample preparation rechniques - including high pressure freezing, scanning electron microsopy, transmission electron microscopy.
Sample preparation for scanning and transmission electron microscopy, correlative microscopy and and OrbiSIMS instrumentation.
Use of Lanthanide shift reagents in nuclear magnetic resonance for isomeric separation and identification. Magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy to quantify gamma aminobutyric acid in vivo in the human brain. Synthesis and characterisation of silver nanoparticles and formation of novel hollow nano carbon structures in situ, inside a transmission electron microscope,
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