Hannah Crory

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PhD projects

Focussing on synthetic organic/medical chemistry projects including:

• Generation of dynamic covalent bonding units, dissociative under biologically relevant conditions.
• Synthesis of responsive hydrogel materials for medical device applications.
• Development of anti-adherent coatings, preventing bacterial contamination and promoting antibiotic stewardship.
• Design of supramolecular and fluorescent sensing materials.


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Research Focus

The Crory group is interested harnessing dynamic covalent bonding and  supramolecular interactions to deliver responsive materials. A crucial application of this work is in delivering bacteria-combating coatings which may limit the occurance of medical device associated infections commonly linked with catheters, implants and endotracheal tubes.

The group is also interested in exploiting additional biological cues associated with ailments or disease. This allows for the development of directed treatment delivery or early detection indicators, contributing to better health and patient outcomes.


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