Doctoral Researcher, Materials Engineering
I am a part of the Materials in Health Technology group focusing on understanding the relationship between the physicochemical properties of sensor materials and their electrochemical performance.
Areas of expertise
I am interested in all-solid-state sensors with a wide range of practical applications. Current research work is on carbon-based nanostructures as sensor materials for the detection of female hormones.
Developing an electrochemical sensor for the in vivo measurements of dopamine (2023)
Sensors & Diagnostics(Vertaisarvioitu katsausartikkeli tieteellisessä aikakauslehdessä (A2))