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Prof Pankaj Vadgama
My research interests include the development of biocompatible biosensors for reliable metabolite monitoring in critically ill patients. Specific systems include sensors for glucose and lactate. I am also investigating the interaction of cells and proteins at materials surface and am presently studying the use of spider silk as a tissue engineering scaffold.
Prof Maxine Robertson
My research interests focus primarily on three inter-related areas: networked innovation processes and practices, knowledge work and professional identity. I have explored these domains in a variety of sectors and contexts, notably the biomedical sector. Recent funded research projects include an examination of the barriers to women reaching senior management positions in a large IT organization; a 2 year ESRC funded project on the Management of clinical trials and a three year ESRC/EPSRC funded project entitled "The Evolution of Biomedical Knowledge: Interactive Innovation in the UK and US" which developed a multi-level analysis of the factors that both facilitate and constrain the development of biomedical innovations.