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Kelsey Cremin

First year PhD student currently based between the OSS Labs (School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick) under the supervision of Prof. Orkun Soyer, and the Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group (Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick) under the supervision of Prof. Pat Unwin.

Academic Background

MSc in Molecular Analytical Science- University of Warwick (Sept 2017- Sept 2018)

Awarded Distinction

BSc (Hons) in Analytical Chemistry and Forensic Science- Coventry University (Sept 2014- May 2017)

Graduated with First Class Honours

Activities and Societies: Member of the Chartered society of Forensic Science (2014-2017), inclusion officer of Coventry University Art Society (2016-2017)

Research Projects

University of Warwick, MSc Research Project

May 2018- September 2018: Near-cell environment on microbial metabolism

An introduction into developing techniques towards single cell analysis of bacteria with electrochemical imaging techniques such as scanning ion conductance microscopy (SICM), along with optical imaging such as through time lapse fluorescence microscopy.

Supervised by Professor Pat Unwin (Warwick Electrochemistry and Interface Group), Professor Orkun Soyer (OSS Labs), Dr Christian Zerfass (OSS Labs), Dr Gabriel Meloni (Warwick Electrochemistry and Interface Group)

Coventry Univeristy, BSc Research Project

September 2016- March 2017: Investigating the properties of sputter deposited silver and copper seed layers for electroless copper deposition (ECD) on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) films

A research project looking into using sputter depostion to improve the adhesion of copper onto plastic surfaces. This project used a range of chromatographic and spectroscopic techniques, along with scanning electron microscopy (SEM).

Supervised by Dr John Graves and Dr Alan Greenwood


Winner of Best Student in Biomolecular Sciences, Coventry University.

Senate House
The University of Warwick