01522 83 7364
    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Dr Clare Miller

    Senior Lecturer / Programme Leader

    School of Life Sciences
    College of Science

    About Clare Miller

    My research involves utilising a range of biophysical techniques such as neutron reflectivity, atomic force microscopy, brewster angle microscopy, ellipsometry and electron microscopy to study interactions between antimicrobial agents and bacterial cell membranes.  Specifically, measuring interactions between antimicrobial peptides / polymers and bacterial cell membranes, understanding bacterial resistance mechanisms to antimicrobial peptides and polymers and the production and characterisation of model bacterial membranes.

    I am also interested in the dissemination of microbiological information through traditional and social media.

    Department Responsibilities

    Module co-ordinator: Cell Biology, Health and Disease and Infection Sciences.
    Lecturer at the University of Lincoln since 2009, teaching microbiology, cell biology and molecular biology across the School of Life Science’s full range of degree programmes.

    Subject Specialism



    • PGCE and QTS — Open University, 2002
    • PhD (Department of Pharmacy) — King’s College, University of London, 2001
    • BSc (Hons) Applied Biology (Microbiology and Molecular Biology theme) — Nottingham Trent University, 1997

    Professional Affiliations

    • Member of the Society of Biology (Chartered Biologist)
    • Associate Member of the Society for General Microbiology

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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