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Ms Poppy Smith
B17
UCL School of Pharmacy
29-39 Brunswick Square
London
WC1N 1AX
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Appointment
  • Demonstrator
  • UCL School of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
Biography

Poppy completed her integrated Master’s degree at Durham University in Biology and Chemistry within Natural Sciences with a first-class honours in 2020. Her Master’s project developed the liposomal delivery of TADF emitters for bio-imaging and bio-sensing, supervised by Prof. Martin Cann and Dr. Lars Palsson. During her degree, Poppy received a Kew Royal Botanical Gardens-funded scholarship to bioprospect Aloe plants in Parkinson’s Disease, supervised by Dr. Paul Chazot of Durham University; and attended the John Innes Centre International Undergraduate Summer School where she worked on the characterisation of Magnaporthe oryzae effector proteins responsible for establishment of infection in staple crops, supervised by Prof. Mark Banfield. Her work at the John Innes Centre was supported by a British Society for Plant Pathology Vacation Bursary. 

Research Summary

Poppy is a LIDo-DTP student in the 2020 cohort. Her translational research centres on the application of endothelial cells in nerve repair conduits to improve peripheral nerve regeneration using tissue and cell engineering with the Phillips group, UCL Centre for Nerve Engineering.

Teaching Summary
Poppy is a postgraduate demonstrator, assisting in practicals, drop-in sessions and marking for the Biochemistry and Pharmacology module of the MPharm degree course. 
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