Graeme Clemens

Graeme Clemens

Research Student


graeme.clemens @ postgrad.manchester.ac.uk

  • BSc in Forensic Chemistry, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2007

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.

Publications

2
Open Access
Assessing the challenges of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic analysis of blood serum
Caryn Hughes, Michael Brown, Graeme Clemens, Alex Henderson, Geraldine Monjardez, Noel W. Clarke, Peter Gardner
Journal of Biophotonics 7(3-4) (2014) 180–188
1 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.
Graeme Clemens, Kevin R. Flower, Andrew P. Henderson, Andrew Whiting, Stefan A. Przyborski, Melody Jimenez-Hernandez, Francis Ball, Paul Bassan, Gianfelice Cinque and Peter Gardner
Molecular BioSystems 9 (2013) 677-692

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