This page is dedicated to our ITN fellow Richard Bennett. Feel free to contact Richard with any questions or remarks.
At the moment
Goal of ITN project
Goal of ESR 10 is to produce a glucose sensor using the nanoband electrodes for switching capabilities.
“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” - Samuel Beckett
MSc. Biomedical Science
Host institute: University of Edinburgh
PI: Prof. Andy Mount
Interests: Gaelic football, running, golf, rowing, any type of sports really!
Here you can find and overview of the academic fruition of our efforts that are backed by solid data coming from various fields. Our publications are listed chronologically.
ESR5 and ESR8 Kavita Jayakumar & Thomas Reichhart: An Oxygen Insensitive Amperometric Glucose Biosensor Based on An Engineered Cellobiose Dehydrogenase: Direct versus Mediated Electron Transfer Responses
Kavita Jayakumar and Thomas Reichhart have published their work on the integration of engineered cellobiose dehydrogenase in a glucose biosensor and investigation into direct and mediated electron transfer pathways. By clicking on the thumbnail above, you will be directed directly to the publication’s open-access website.
All of Richard’s publications
ESR 5 Kavita Jayakumar: Electrochemical glucose biosensor based on an osmium redox polymer and glucose oxidase grafted to carbon nanotubes: A design-of-experiments optimisation of current density and stability
The work of Kavita Jayakumar was published in the journal Electrochimica Acta with the title: “Electrochemical glucose biosensor based on an osmium redox polymer and