Dean of the Faculty of Science & Engineering,
University of Limerick
Role in SSPC: FI and T1 Leader
Postdoctoral research assistant, Imperial College, London (1989-1992)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1992-1994)
Research Scientist/Senior Research Scientist MediSense, Inc. (1994-1997)
Lecturer (1997-2002), Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemical and Environmental Sciences, University of Limerick (2002-present)
Director, Materials and Surface Science Institute (2003-presen)
His research interests include the immobilisation and characterisation of enzymes and proteins at interfaces, the redox properties of enzymes, and the use of enzymes in sensors biofuel cells and as biocatalysts
Salazar-Alvarez, M., Korostynska, O., Mason, A., Al-Shamma'a, A., Cooney, J.C., Magner, E., Tofail, S.A.M. Label free detection of specific protein binding using a microwave sensor. Analyst, 2014, 135, 5335-38
Abdallah, N.H., Schlumpberger, M., Gaffney, D.A., Hanrahan, J.P., Tobin, J.M., Magner, E. Comparison of mesoporous silicate supports for the immobilisation and activity of cytochrome c and lipase. J. Mol. Cat. B Enz., 2014, 108, 82-88.
Serletti, A., Salaj-Josla, U., Magner, E. The spatial and sequential immobilisation of cytochrome c at adjacent electrodes. Chem. Comm., 2013, 49, 8395-8397
See link to all publications.