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Research interests

The overall theme of my research is developing materials for diagnosis and treatment of bacterial infection. In particular point of care diagnostics, antimicrobial delivery systems and new therapeutic moieties (phage, lysins, plasma etc.).

We work closely with clinicians, especially the burns team at the Royal Bristol Hospital for Children, with whom we are developing an infection detecting wound dressing. We are also interested in other acute wounds, chronic wounds, skin and urinary tract infections.

In the research group we have material scientists, engineers, chemists and microbiologists. We are focused on trying to solve real clinical problems.

Education/Academic qualification

Electrochemistry, Doctor of Philosophy, Newcastle University

1 Oct 199520 Nov 1998

Chemistry, Bachelor of Science, Newcastle University

1 Oct 19891 Jul 1992

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Projects

Research Output

A boronic acid-based fluorescent hydrogel for monosaccharide detection

Xu, S., Sedgwick, A. C., Elfeky, S. A., Chen, W., Jones, A. S., Williams, G. T., Jenkins, A. T. A., Bull, S. D., Fossey, J. S. & James, T. D., 21 May 2019, In : Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering.

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Delivery and quantification of hydrogen peroxide generated via cold atmospheric pressure plasma through biological material

Hathaway, H. J., Patenall, B. L., Thet, N. T., Sedgwick, A. C., Williams, G. T., Jenkins, A. T. A., Allinson, S. L. & Short, R. D., 9 Oct 2019, In : Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 52, 50, 505203.

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    Datasets

    Dataset for 'Prevention of Encrustation and Blockage of Urinary Catheters by Proteus mirabilis via pH-Triggered Release of Bacteriophage'

    Milo, S. (Creator), Hathaway, H. (Creator), Nzakizwanayo, J. (Creator), Alves, D. R. (Creator), Pérez Esteban, P. (Creator), Jones, B. V. (Creator), Jenkins, T. (Creator), University of Bath, 2017

    Dataset

    Dataset for 'Development of an Infection-Responsive Fluorescent Sensor for the Early Detection of Urinary Catheter Blockage'

    Milo, S. (Creator), Acosta, F. B. (Creator), Hathaway, H. (Creator), Wallace, L. A. (Creator), Thet, N. (Creator), Jenkins, T. (Creator), University of Bath, 2018

    Dataset

    Dataset for 'An in-situ infection detection sensor coating for urinary catheters'

    Milo, S. (Creator), Thet, N. (Creator), Liu, D. (Creator), Nzakizwanayo, J. (Creator), Jones, B. V. (Creator), Jenkins, T. (Creator), University of Bath, 2017

    Dataset

    Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-allylamine) (PNIPAM-co-ALA) 5 nanospheres for the thermally triggered release of Bacteriophage K

    Hathaway, H. (Creator), Jenkins, T. (Creator), Ouadi, K. (Creator), Pérez Esteban, P. (Creator), Alves, D. (Creator), Sutton, M. (Creator), Bean, J. (Creator), University of Bath, 2017

    Dataset

    Thesis

    A Population-Based Approach to the Study of Virulence Determinants in Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus

    Author: Ouadi, K., 13 Feb 2019

    Supervisor: Massey, R. (Supervisor) & Jenkins, A. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisMPhil

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    Biomodification of Abiotic Surfaces for the Prevention of Hospital-Associated Infection

    Author: Hathaway, H., 30 Oct 2017

    Supervisor: Jenkins, A. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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    Development and characterisation of a responsive polyvalent bacteriophage therapeutic

    Author: Alves, D., 13 Aug 2015

    Supervisor: Jenkins, A. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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    Development of a Novel Electrochemical Assay for the Rapid Detection of Pathogenic Fungi and Identification of Clinically Relevant Candida Species

    Author: Muir, A., 1 Jun 2010

    Supervisor: Wheals, A. (Supervisor), Forrest, G. (External person) (Supervisor) & Jenkins, A. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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