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Bioelectronics Laboratory

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Sam Hilton received his BSc in Biomedical Sciences from Durham University in 2013. He moved to Cambridge to take up a research assistant role at the Brain Repair Centre which aimed to understand the relationship between extracellular matrix chemistry and Alzheimer’s progression. This was followed by a two-year flow cytometry project in the Pathology department, which served to extend his experience in tissue processing, cell culture and immunohistochemistry. His role in the Bioelectronics lab involves testing prototype neural implants in-vivo and communicating the results to the team.