Chloë Reihill

Chloë Reihill

Postgraduate Research Student


MEng in Chemical Engineering, The University of Manchester, 2019

Ph.D. Candidate – Advanced Functional Materials and Analytical Science

Chloë graduated with a First-Class MEng degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Manchester in 2019. Chloë conducted her Master’s research project in the Gardner lab, where she used FTIR paired with chemometrics to investigate fat-specific uptake in prostate cancer (PC3) cells cultured under hypoxic and non-serum starved conditions.

Following the completion of her Master’s Chloë has begun postgraduate research towards a Ph.D. in the Gardner lab. The aim of the project is to develop the use of process analytical technology (PAT) in downstream processing in the context of Biopharmaceutical manufacture, with a focus on UV-Vis, Raman, and FTIR Spectroscopic Sensors. The project is being supervised by Prof. Peter Gardner, Prof. Alan Dickson, and Dr. Alex Henderson and will be carried out in collaboration with Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies and IBioIC.