The University of Southampton

Joshua Robertson 

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PhD Student Biomedical Electronics

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After obtaining my BSc(Hons) Physics, from University of Strathclyde, I wished to integrate my knowledge of the physical world with that of the medical world. I went on to complete my MSc in Biomedical Engineering, before starting my PhD within Professor Hywel Morgan's group.

My work focuses on the in vivo collection, storage and analysis of biomarkers for health diagnostics. This requires ground up design and fabrication of novel devices, including new microfluidic approaches and integrative sensing.

This work is carried out in conjunction with Professor Ying Cheong, from the Human Developmental Health group at Princess Anne Hospital. In particular, work is focused on small probes to be used to help understand mechanism of subfertility with IVF.


Research interests

Microfluidics, Lab-on Chip, Sensors, Medical Ethics





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