Suil is a second year in the BBSRC doctorate training program in Biological Sciences, under the supervision of Professor David Spring in the Department of Chemistry.
Her work is on an Interdisciplinary project incorporating microfluidic screening approaches and synthetic chemistry to investigate the aggregation of amyloidogenic proteins.
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