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Dr Ian Hancox

Head of Warwick Scientific Services

i.hancox@warwick.ac.uk 02476 1 50380

Dr Mike Ahearne Business Development, Energy
Dr Debbie Girdlestone Business Development, Wellesbourne
Mrs Amarjit Gill Administrative Support
   
Measurement Expertise - Key areas: Synthesis, electron microscopy, x-ray techniques, polymer and materials analysis, proteomics, antimicrobial resistance, semiconductor growth, mass spectrometry, solution and solid state NMR, spectroscopy.
Prof David Haddleton Professor of Polymer Chemistry, Director of the Polymer Characterisation RTP
Dr Dan Lester Polymer Characterisation RTP Manager
Professor Richard Walton Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Director of the XRD RTP
Dr David Walker

XRD RTP Manager

Dr Richard Beanland

Professor of Physics, Director of the Electron Microscopy RTP

Steve York

Electron Microscopy RTP Manager

Dr Corinne Smith Reader School of Life Sciences, Director of the Advanced Bioimaging RTP
Dr Saskia Bakker Advanced Bioimaging RTP Manager
Dr Alex Jones Reader School of Life Sciences, Director of the Proteomics RTP
Dr Andrew Bottrill Proteomics RTP Manager
Professor Mark Newton Professor of Physics, Director of the Spectroscopy RTP
Dr Ben Breeze Spectroscopy RTP Manager
Dr Marc Walker XPS Facility Manager
Dr John Moat Antimicrobial Facility Manager
Prof Pete O Connor Composition, Chemical Synthesis, Chemical Properties, Reaction Pathways using Mass Spectrometry
Dr Mark Barrow Composition, Chemical Synthesis, Chemical Properties, Reaction Pathways using Mass Spectrometry
Dr James Covington Sensing, Mechanical Properties, Chemical Properties, Failure Pathways
Prof Steven Brown Composition, Chemical Properties, Reaction Pathways and Chemical Synthesis using NMR
Dr Richard Beanland Visualisation, Composition, Chemical Properties, Electronic Properties, Failure Routes using Electron Microscopy

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