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Rhiannon (Noni) Creasey

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  • ARC Postdoctoral Researcher
  • University of Queensland
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Recent publications

  • Controlling the Physical Dimensions of Peptide Nanotube by Supramolecular Polymer Co-assembly

    • Adler-Abramovich L
    • Marco P
    • Arnon Z
    • et al.
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  • Disruption of Diphenylalanine Assembly by a Boc-Modified Variant

    • Creasey R
    • Louzao I
    • Arnon Z
    • et al.
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Professional experience

ARC Postdoctoral Researcher

University of Queensland

August 2015 - Present

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

University of Nottingham

August 2014 - July 2015(a year)

MANA Postdoctoral Fellow

National Institute for Materials Science

August 2012 - July 2014(2 years)

Research Associate

Flinders University of South Australia

September 2011 - March 2012(6 months)

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Nanotechnology

Flinders University of South Australia

March 2008 - December 2011(4 years)

B.Sc. in Nanotechnology (Honours)

Flinders University of South Australia

March 2004 - November 2007(4 years)

About

I am a motivated and innovative researcher, currently researching at one of the top Australian Universities, the University of Queensland. After finishing my PhD in Nanotechnology in 2012, I investigated the networking capabilities of fibre-forming proteins and peptides to develop electronically-active structures at NIMS in Tsukuba, Japan. This was followed by research on very short self-assembling peptides, utilising AFM as the primary characterisation method, at the University of Nottingham, U.K. During my research, I've advanced my skills in a vast range of characterisation techniques including SPM, EM, MS, optical and fluorescence microscopy, and a variety of spectroscopic and electrical measurement techniques. I am keenly interested in developing bioinspired self-assembling nanowires for innovative biotechnology applications.

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Co-authors (52)

  • dinnora jacquline
  • Jessirie Dilag
  • Kerrilee Allan
  • ashley slattery