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Gareth LuTheryn

BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD

Research Fellow in Antimicrobial Therapies

About Gareth

Dr Gareth LuTheryn is a medical microbiologist specialising bacteriology, working as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Oxford. Gareth has over 10 years of experience in experimental design, data analysis, and laboratory practice, including working with human pathogens, confocal and epifluoresence microscopy, 3D printing and microfluidics. My most resent projects have focused on drug delivery for biofilm infections in chronic wounds, with a strong focus on ultrasound mediated therapies. Gareth has presented complex quantitative data to industry leaders and stakeholders at number of international and regional conferences. He has lead and supervised a number of research projects, with both independent researchers and research teams. I am really passionate about STEM engagement; I have lead over 350 hours of tutorials in schools, engaging less advantaged students from ages 11 to 18 in the world of bacteria and antimicrobial resistance.