Dr Daniel Bracewell

Reader in Bioprocess Analysis
Dr Daniel Bracewell
  • Research Fellow, University College London (1998-1999) 
  • TMR Fellowship, Norferm A/S, Odense, Denmark (2001-2002)
  • Senior Research Fellow, University College London (2002-2004)
  • Chair of the Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical Biosciences Group
  • Associate Member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers
  • Editorial Board Member for Microbial Cell Factories
  • Editorial Board Member for Bioanalysis

Teaching and Training Activities

Current teaching activities span undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes offered by the Department. He leads the course; Introduction to Biochemical Engineering, and teaches on Downstream Processing and Mass Transfer courses. He is also module leader of the post-experience MBI® training module in Chromatography, Bioprocess Design & Economic Evaluation and Bioprocess Facility Design. The department’s pilot plant studies and design project for Master’s students are also coordinated by Daniel.

The role of MSc admissions tutor has particular importance as it is a key entrance point into biochemical engineering for graduates in related fields. The position also involves allocation of the BBSRC Masters Training Grant which relates to the MSc and assistingProf. Gary Lye in the administration of these research council funds.

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