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Craig McBeth


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Lecturer of Biomedical sciences in the School of Health and Life Sciences. Craig acquired his BSc in Biomedical Sciences at Leeds Beckett University in 2013 and his PhD also from Leeds Beckett University in 2019. He is a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a Fellow with the Higher Education Academy.

Prior to taking appointment at Teesside University, Craig was part of several projects as a postdoctoral researcher, primarily focussed on the development of novel electrochemical sensors (EPRSC), electrochemical manipulation of cancers (CRUK), nanomaterial classification (Horizon 2020), and synthesis of electrochemiluminescent carbon nanotube porins (EPRSC) across various higher education institutions within the UK.

Current research continues to implement novelty with regards to electrochemical sensor design and synthesis, manipulation of various cell metabolisms through electrochemical control, exploring the potential for bioengineered strains of yeast and bacteria as potential electrical sources and carbon reductants, and numerous other electrochemically focussed concepts.

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PhD, Electrochemical detection of oxidative stress biomarkers in cell culture media, Leeds Beckett University

Award Date: 1 Feb 2019


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