Sarah Dennison in Berlin

Dr Sarah Dennison won a grant for a neutron scattering time in Berlin and visits Berlin to conduct the experiments.


Dr Sarah Dennison


Dr Sarah Dennison became a chartered member in the Society of Biology after graduating from the University of Wales, Bangor, in 1999 with a degree in Environmental Biology. Subsequently, she undertook postgraduate research in Biochemistry / Biophysics which led to a doctorate in 2004 entitled: ‘Investigation into the structure / function relationship of the membrane interaction of amphiphilic alpha helical antimicrobial peptides’.  Sarah continues her research at University of Central Lancashire as a Research Associate in the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences where she is currently investigating the biological activity of antimicrobial and anticancer peptides using a number of techniques such as Langmuir Blodgett monolayer analysis and CD spectroscopy.