Alice Philipson


I completed my undergraduate degree in Chemistry at Leeds in 2013. Following this I worked for two years in a quality control laboratory for a medical devices company. This sparked my interest in the medical devices field and inspired me to apply for the Tissue Enginerring and Regnerative Medicine CDT programme. 

Research interests

I am working in the field of stem cell research and specifically developing a device to separate rare stem cell populations from a mixed cell population. This will be achieved by combining two novel technologies developed at Leeds which use remote dielectrophoresis and protein-binding proteins. 

Research groups and institutes

  • Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering