IRDG 210

Theme: 13th Martin & Willis Prize Meeting and IRDG 210
Date: 26th – 27th August 2015
Location: University of Exeter, Exeter, UK

Martin & Willis Programme

  • Brillouin Light Scattering Spectroscopy and Elasticity in Hydrated Connective Tissue.
    • Ryan Edginton
  • Sleeping sickness: Detection and differentiation of Trypanosoma Brucei using Raman spectroscopy.
    • Alexandre Girard
  • Raman spectroscopy for rapid diagnosis of lymphomas and metastatic lesions found in lymph nodes.
    • Leanne Fullwood
  • Measuring redox potential in 3D breast cancer tumour models using SERS nanosensors.
    • Lauren Jamieson
  • Molecular Identification of Explosives by a New Class of SERS Immunoassay.
    • Holly Butler
  •  Pre-symptomatic detection of nutrient deficiencies in crop production using vibrational spectroscopy.
    • Rachel Norman
  • Studying the distribution of deep Raman spectroscopy signals using liquid tissue phantoms with varying optical properties.
    • Martha Vardaki
  • IR Studies on Biopolymers.
    • Calum Welsh
  • SERS Detection of Single Base Substitutions in 25-mer Oligonucleotides.
    • Susan Dick

IRDG 210 Programme

  • Mid-infrared fiberoptic devices and systems for in vivo medical diagnostics.
    • Prof Angela Seddon (University of Nottingham)
  • Fibre optic Raman probes. From cancer to jet engines.
    • Dr John Day (University of Bristol)
  • Raman Spectroscopy for Nano-chemistry and Nanostructures.
    • Dr Deb Roy (National Physical Laboratory)
  • Nanoparticle based analysis of biomolecules, cells and tissue.
    • Prof Duncan Graham (University of Strathclyde)
  • SERS with Metal Colloids- Extending the Lifetime of the Enhancing Particle Aggregates.
    • Prof Steven Bell (Queen’s University, Belfast)
  • Studying drugs in live cells using ATR FTIR spectroscopy.
    • Dr Andrew Chan (King’s College, London)
  • Label-free Chemically Specific Imaging In-Planta with Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy.
    • Prof Julian Moger (University of Exeter)
  • Chemometric analysis of FTIR images for the identification of colorectal polyp cancer.
    • Dr Gavin Lloyd (Gloucestershire Royal Hospital)