Dr. Pooya Davoodi is a lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the School of Pharmacy and Bioengineering at Keele University (August 2020-now). He received his Ph.D. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2016. He did two years of Postdoctoral Fellowship in Chemical Engineering at NUS before joining the University of Cambridge as a research associate in Nov. 2018.
Over the past years, his research has focused on the synthesis and functionalisation, chemical characterisation and biological evaluation of polymeric biomaterials for drug delivery and tissue engineering. He has also been working on the development of micro-patterned tissue constructs using 3D bioprinting, electrospraying and electrospinning techniques.
Research and scholarship
Master and PhD students
We welcome all interested SELF-FUNDED Master and PhD students. Please kindly send your CV to my email and state that you are self-funded.
Applicants who are interested should send their CV and the name of one reference (your supervisor) to my email and state that you are a "self-funded visiting student". Also, please clearly state the source of funding. Candidates with background in drug delivery, biomaterials science, 3D bioprinting, and microfabrication are highly preferred.