Professor Stavroula Balabani & Professor Manish Tiwari
Microfluids, Biomechanics, Microscale blood flows.
A low-cost, micro-engineered platform for rapid bacteria diagnostics.
About Antonios Stathoulopoulos
Antonios graduated in 2018 from the University of Patras’s Department of Chemical Engineering. His diploma thesis focused on the area of wastewater treatment and using innovative technology to reduce the amount of non-degradable substances in water recipients.
His interest in the field of Biomechanics and Nanotechnology led him to join UCL’s Department of Mechanical Engineering in 2019 to study for his PhD. His current project focuses on the rapid detection of bacteria and biomarkers in bodily fluids by using point of care diagnostics. He specialises in serious infections such as sepsis and urinary tract infections (UTIs).