Menisha’s success

Menisha Manhota is our latest successful Doctoral Student arising from our research links with the SciPhy-4-Health Doctoral training centre.  Menisha presented her work at the Oral Microbiology Immunology Group meeting during the snow related travel disruptions at Gregynog Hall, Tregynon, Wales.  The title of the research presented was “Silica particles as a drug delivery system for antimicrobial agents in dental applications” Menisha’s supervisors by Zoe Pikramenou (School of Chemistry) , Rachel Sammons, Damien Walmsley and Sarah Kuehne,

Menisha won the prize for runner-up for best oral presentation by a PostGraduate student.  This is a great achievement, considering this was Menisha’s first presentation at a conference.   The picture shows Menisha receiving her prize from Marcello Riggio, Secretary/Treasure of the Oral Microbiology Immunology Group