graeme.clemens @ postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
After graduating Graeme had a short spell at GlaxoSmithKline before starting as a bioanalytical scientist at ICON development solutions where he used HPLC and LC-MS/MS to analyse small molecules from a range of different samples. After spending 9 months at ICON he then moved back home to work at Sellafield Ltd in the analytical department analysing environmental and product samples using primarily ICP-OES and XRF.
Graeme joined the Gardner group in November 2010 as an PhD student looking at stem cell differentiation when introduced to some natural and synthetic retinoids using infrared-micro spectroscopy.
Assessing the challenges of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic analysis of blood serum
Journal of Biophotonics 7(3-4) (2014) 180–188
The action of all-trans-retinoic acid (ATRA) and synthetic retinoid analogues (EC19 and EC23) on human pluripotent stem cells differentiation investigated using single cell infrared microspectroscopy.
Molecular BioSystems 9 (2013) 677-692