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Researcher: Currivan, S (Dr Sinead Currivan)

Fields of Research

Separation science
Instrumental methods (excl. immunological and bioassay methods)
Sensor technology (incl. chemical aspects)
Other chemical sciences
Flow analysis
Theory and design of materials

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the chemical sciences
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Expanding knowledge in the biological sciences

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Characterisation of graphene fibres and graphene coated fibres using capacitively coupled contactless conductivity detector; Analyst
Direct production of microstructured surfaces for planar chromatography using 3D printing; Analytical Chemistry
Fabrication and characterisation of capillary polymeric monoliths incorporating continuous stationary phase gradients; Journal of Separation Science
Miniaturized capillary ion chromatograph with UV light-emitting diode based indirect absorbance detection for anion analysis in potable and environmental waters; Journal of Separation Science
Multi-channel capillaries and photonic crystal fibres for separation sciences; Trends in Analytical Chemistry
Multi-lumen capillary based trypsin micro-reactor for the rapid digestion of proteins; Analyst
Polymeric monolithic materials modified with nanoparticles for separation and detection of biomolecules: A review; Proteomics
Polymethacrylate monolithic columns for hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography prepared using a secondary surface polymerization; Journal of Chromatography A
Post-polymerization modifications of polymeric monolithic columns: a review; Chromatography
Production of novel polymer monolithic columns, with stationary phase gradients, using cyclic olefin co-polymer (COC) optical filters; Analyst
Production of polymer monolithic capillary columns with integrated gold nano-particle modified segments for on-capillary extraction; Microchemical Journal
Stepped gradients on polymeric monolithic columns by photoinitiated grafting; Journal of Separation Science

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision