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SELECTBIO Conferences Biodetection & Biosensors 2017

Marloes Peeters's Biography

Marloes Peeters, Lecturer

Marloes Peeters graduated from Eindhoven University of Technology (the Netherlands) with a degree in Chemistry & Chemical Engineering. For her PhD, she moved to research institute IMO/IMOMEC in Belgium where she was a member of the BIOSensors group of prof. Wagner. Part of her research involved the synthesis of synthetic polymeric receptors, while the other part was related to the detection of biomolecules. After finishing her PhD, she continued as a postdoctoral researcher within the same group to develop a novel thermal detection method for measurements of both small molecules and proteins in complex matrices (for instance, human blood plasma or saliva). In 2014, she started working at the organic chemistry group at Queen Mary University of London in order to get experience with ‘natural’ receptors, in this case enzymes. Since mid 2015, she moved to her current position as a lecturer in Chemical Biology at Manchester Metropolitan University. She currently has four postgraduate students that are all working on biosensor related projects, pubished >25 papers on Molecularly imprinted Polymers and has 4 patents in thermal biosensing.

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