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Multidisciplinary scientist with experiences working in biomaterial, medical devices, microbiology, chemistry, biochemistry, surface science, nanofabrication, and specialising in Bionanotechnology.
May 2018 - April 2020
- Sessional Tutor
- Lecturing and tutoring life sciences international students studying Chemistry, Biology, and Biochemistry at foundation level
January 2014 - July 2015
- Laboratory Assistant
- Designed and conducted pilot testing to analyse and solve problems associated with drilling fluid in the field and give necessary suggestion and recommendation to the technical manager regarding problems arises on the field
Nanopillared surfaces have emerged as a promising strategy to combat bacterial infections on medical devices. However, the mechanisms that underpin nanopillar-induced rupture of the bacterial cell membrane remain speculative. In this study, we have tested three medically relevant poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) nanopillared-surfaces with well-de...
To robustly assess the antibacterial mechanisms of nanotopographies, it is critical to analyse the bacteria-nanotopography adhesion interface. Here, we utilize focused ion beam milling combined with scanning electron microscopy to generate three-dimensional reconstructions of Staphylococcus aureus or Escherichia coli interacting with nanotopographi...
Frictional and nanomechanical properties of nanostructured polymer surfaces are important to their technological and biomedical applications. In this work, poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) surfaces with a periodic distribution of well-defined nanopillars were fabricated through an anodization/embossing process. The apparent surface energy of the...
Protruding nanostructured surfaces have gained increasing interest due to their unique wetting behaviours and more recently their antimicrobial and osteogenic properties. Rapid development in nanofabrication techniques that offer high throughput and versatility on titanium substrate open up the possibility for better orthopaedic and dental implants...
Fabricating cell-instructive nanotopographies surfaces for antibacterial and osseogenic implant coating technology