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Dr. Alistair Philpott MEng

Dr. Alistair Philpott, MEng

Strategy Manager at Balfour Beatty plc

Associate Consultant at Credo Business Consulting LLP

NanoDTC student, 2010 cohort


Keywords

Nanobiomaterials ; Methodological Development ; Biomaterials ; Nanocrystals ; Bioengineering

Collaborators

Key Publications

[1] K. H. Müller, M. Motskin, A. J. Philpott, A. F. Routh, C. M. Shanahan, M. J. Duer and J. N. Skepper, “The effect of particle agglomeration on the formation of a surface-connected compartment induced by hydroxyapatite nanoparticles in human monocyte-derived macrophages.,” Biomaterials, Oct. 2013.

[2] J. Palfreyman, D. Love, A. Philpott, K. Vyas, C. Cimorra, T. Mitrelias, C. Barnes, L. Muir, G. Cook, and R. Keynes, “Hetero-Coated Magnetic Microcarriers for Point-Of-Care Diagnostics,” IEEE Trans. Magn., vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 285–295, Jan. 2013. 

Short research overview (web article): The Nanotoxicity of Bone

Courses:

NanoDTC PhD Student 2010 intake

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