Dr Simon Cameron
My research involves the application of mass spectrometry to health and disease. I have a particular focus on human milk profiling and developing methods to take a systems biology approach to understanding the role that different components of human milk play in the development of the infant microbiome.
As a microbiologist by training, I maintain an active interest and research program in developing novel approaches to diagnostic microbiology that improve patient care through reduced time-to-diagnosis.Find out more
I am open to students (any level) interested in research within my group and would welcome email enquiries outlining your past research experience, how your interests align with my group, and a potential project you would be interested in exploring.
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Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
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