Michael is a Biological Engineer pursuing a career in pharma R&D.

Michael graduated from The University of Queensland in 2014 with a master's degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering with honours, and also completed the Advanced Study Program in Science. As an undergraduate researcher, Michael has worked in human stem cell culture and microbioreactor design, and has been published for work on immunoglobulin profiling and assay development for saliva-based matrices. Michael worked for Patheon Biologics by Thermo Fisher for 18 months prior to undertaking his PhD, and has experience in GMP manufacturing in both upstream and downstream. Patheon Biologics Brisbane to pursue a PhD centred on cell line development at high cell densities. He is of Australian and Irish nationality, and speaks native English and intermediate German. 

Featured projects Duration
Rational Improvement for High Density CHO Cell Culture