Edward Jackson

Edward Jackson

Research Student


  • MSc in Analytical Biosciences and Drug Design, University of Salford, 2007
  • BSc in Zoology, Leeds University, 2005

Edward Jackson obtained a B.Sc. in Zoology from Leeds University (honours) in 2005 and a master of Science in Analytical Biosciences and Drug Design (distinction) from the University of Salford in 2007 winning the award for best viva.

Edward’s research uses a combination of Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) and synchrotron source based infrared microspectroscopy to study cancer at a cellular level. Ed pursued a PhD degree under the supervision of Dr. Nicholas Lockyer.

Publications

2 Synchrotron FTIR analysis of drug treated ovarian A2780 cells: an ability to differentiate cell response to different drugs?
Kevin R. Flower, Intisar Khalifa, Paul Bassan, Damien Démoulin, Edward Jackson, Nicholas P. Lockyer, Alan T. McGown, Philip Miles, Lisa Vaccari and Peter Gardner
Analyst 136 (2011) 498-507
1 RMieS-EMSC correction for infrared spectra of biological cells: Extension using full Mie theory and GPU computing
Bassan, P; Kohler, A; Martens, H; Lee, J; Jackson, E; Lockyer, N; Dumas, P; Brown, M; Clarke, N; Gardner, P
Journal of Biophotonics. 3(8-9) (2010) 609-620

 

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