Abigail Rutter, Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering

Tell us about your role:

I am particularly interested in using mass spectrometry to develop non-invasive techniques to support healthcare (such as diagnosis and management of diseases). I am also interested in creating tissue engineered models to support this research.

What are your career aspirations?

Establish a strong research group that has an international impact. Continue to help foster good equality, diversity and inclusion practice throughout the School of PhaB.

What training did you find useful at Keele?

The Research Supervisor Programme was brilliant! I'd recommend LGBTI Allies training to all staff and students.