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chemist , researcher

Joseph Fernand Gargiuli, French chemist, researcher. Achievements include research in novel biosensor for periodontal disease diagnostic; research in microfluidic devices for in situ polymer and protein membrane fabrication; research in synthesis of novel water-soluble PAMAM hyperbranched polymers. Treasurer, vice president Durham University Walking Club, England, 2001—2003.

Background

Gargiuli, Joseph Fernand was born on September 4, 1975 in Schoelcher, Martinique. Son of Fernand Gargiuli and Maryse Bellance.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Polymer Chemistry, University Durham, England, 2003.

Career

Post-doctoral research associate Queen Mary, University London, since 2003. Teaching, lecturer Queen Mary, University London, 2003—2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in novel biosensor for periodontal disease diagnostic. Research in microfluidic devices for in situ polymer and protein membrane fabrication. Research in synthesis of novel water-soluble PAMAM hyperbranched polymers.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (chapter of a book on biosensors) Surfaces and Interfaces for Biomaterials.

Membership

Treasurer, vice president Durham University Walking Club, England, 2001—2003.

Connections

father:
Fernand Gargiuli

mother:
Maryse Bellance