- Development and use of biosensors for a wider range of analytes -including D-serine, lactate and glutamate
- Biomimetic methods of biosensor construction
- Improving the selectivity of biosensors
- Improving operational stability to allow longer periods of use
- Techniques for further miniaturization
We are developing clinical applications of our biosensors in particular trying to identify useful metabolites and neurochemicals that may aid in a range of conditions related to stroke and schizophrenia.
Schematic of a microelectrode biosensor showing the components and example of an enzymatic detection cascade.