Dr Amy Gelmi

Dr amy gelmi

Vice chancellor’s research fellow


 Dr. Gelmi obtained her PhD in 2012 with the Intelligent Polymer Research Institute at the University of Wollongong. In 2012 Dr. Gelmi began a postdoctoral position at Linköping University, for research involving electroactive scaffold design for cardiac patch applications. Dr. Gelmi then joined the Stevens Group at Imperial College London with a MSCA-IF, where her research focused on understanding the behaviour of stem cells on dynamic biomaterials using highly sensitive real time characterisation tools. In 2018 Dr. Gelmi returned to Australia after receiving a Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellowship at RMIT University in order to continue her research on the temporal characterisation of stem cell behaviour on dynamic biomaterials.

 

 

undergraduate students


Jessica Fong

UROP Student 2020

Stem cell and biomaterial interactions.

Arahbelle Manlapid

Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Honours 

Nanodiamond Uptake in Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Sue Lyn Yap

Bachelor of Engineering (Biomedical) Capstone

Design of Custom Electrical Stimulation Platforms.

Higher degree by research 


Lizebona August Ambattu

Lizebona August Ambattu

PhD Candidate in School of Engineering

Co Supervised with Professor Leslie Yeo and Dr Shwathy Ramesan

Investigating SAW high frequency stimulation effects on adult human stem cells.

 

 

 

 

James Collins

PhD Candidate in School of Engineering

Co Supervised by Assistant Professor Kate Fox

Dual stimulation for adult human stem cell lineage control. 

    

Philip Pille

Masters Candidate in School of Engineering

Co Supervised by Assistant Professor Kate Fox

Advanced fabrication for custom electrical stimulation platforms.