The Stanley Lab - Current Team Members
Claire is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London and leads the Microbiome-Microscopy and Microfluidics Lab. Her research focusses on developing new microfluidic technologies to probe the interplay between living organisms found in soil environments at the single cell level. Claire has also established several collaborative projects in Switzerland, Europe and the USA. In her spare time she loves to dance and paint!
Léa is a postgraduate research student in the Microbiome-Microscopy and Microfluidics Lab. Her research aims at deciphering the responsiveness of environmental spore communities using microfluidic chemostats. She holds a MSc in Bioengineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) and has worked for several years in the fields of medical devices and biotechnologies before returning to academia to pursue her PhD studies.
Cameron is an EPSRC CDT student at Imperial College London and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). His PhD is in Sustainable Civil Engineering and he is investigating microbial chemotaxis at petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated sites and the role chemotaxis plays in the natural attenuation (NA) of such sites. He likes badminton, running, film and photography.
Kate is a PhD student funded by the BioDesign Engineering CDT. Her research aims to develop a microfluidic device in which DNA strands are immobilised undergo continuous transcription. She will then use these devices to prototype RNA-based nanotechnologies. Before joining this lab, Kate studied towards a BSc in Biosciences at the University of Durham. Outside of work, she enjoys spending her time climbing, cycling, and learning new things.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Emily is a postdoctoral researcher in the Microbiome-Microscopy and Microfluidics lab. Her research aim is to develop novel microfluidic devices for the study of microbial interactions. She completed her PhD in Molecular Microbial Ecology at Rothamsted Research, jointly funded by Cranfield University and the Teagasc Walsh Scholarship program. Emily studied Biology at Leeds University with a focus on plant molecular biology, with an industrial placement in marine conservation. She likes hiking, karate and baking.
Felix is a postgraduate research student in the Microbiome-Microscopy and Microfluidics Lab and aligned with the Grantham Institute's Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet DTP at Imperial College London. He investigates arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) using self-manufactured microfluidic devices. Before joining Imperial, Felix obtained a BSc and an MSc in Biotechnical Chemistry from Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany. He likes sports, nature, films and music.
Amelia is a postgraduate research student in the Microbiome-Microscopy and Microfluidics Lab. Her research utilises microfluidic technology to investigate water transport along hyphal networks of different fungal species and how microchannel saturation impacts bacterial dispersion along hyphae. Before joining Imperial, Amelia obtained a BSc in Biological Sciences and a MRes in Biomedicine from the University of Reading. She likes film, music and travelling.
Seda is a PhD student in the Microbiome-Microscopy and Microfluidic Lab.
PhD Student, Civil and Bioengineering (2020 - 2023) ~ PDRA, MIT (USA)
Cheuk Leung, Safiyya Musa, Ziqian Chai
MEng Student, Biomedical Engineering (2022 - 2023)
MEng Student, Biomedical Engineering (2021 - 2022) ~ PhD (Canada)
MRes Student, Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (Apr 2021 - Aug 2021) ~ PhD, John Innes Centre (UK)
MRes Student, Bioengineering (2020 - 2021) ~ PhD, University of Edinburgh (UK)
MEng Student, Biomedical Engineering (2020 - 2021)
PhD Student (2017 - 2019)
Masters Student (Apr 2019 - Sep 2019)
Research Intern (Apr 2019 - Aug 2019)
Simone de Pasquale
Masters Student (Jan 2019 - Dec 2019)
Masters Student (Sep 2018 - Jan 2019)
Bachelor Student (Apr 2017 - Sep 2017)
Research Intern (2017 - 2018)