Dr Mikhail Soloviev

Research interests

  • Rational and structure-based engineering of functional proteins.
  • Biomaterials engineering and remote control of stimuli-responsive protein
  • Molecular biomarkers for the early detection and stratification of cancer
  • Analytical biochemistry, analytical biophysics and analytical methods development
  • Nanocalorimetry for molecular sensing at solid-liquid interfaces

Graduate student positions

MSc by research (1 year course, starting September) and PhD research projects in the areas listed above are available. Please include full CV with your enquiries. Contact: Mikhail.Soloviev@rhul.ac.uk For other PhD projects see Find-a-PhD website.

Consultancy and laboratory services

There’s a range of ways in which we can share our expertise with industrial partners. The preferred ways are Consultancy and Research e.g. feasibility studies. Informal enquiries welcome. Contact: Mikhail.Soloviev@rhul.ac.uk. Further information is available here [Consultancy and Laboratory services at Royal Holloway].  

Books and Journals

 

                         

Soloviev, Mikhail (Editor). Nanopartices in Biology and Medicine. Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 906. 1st Edition., 2012, XVII, 555 p.  Copyright © 2012 Springer ISBN: 978-1-61779-952-5. Preview this book with Google Book Search [follow this link]. Locate this book in Libraries worldwide [follow this link]. 

Soloviev, Mikhail (Editor). Peptidomics. Methods and Protocols. Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 615. 1st Edition., 2010, XII, 380 p. Copyright © 2010 Springer ISBN: 978-1-60761-534-7. Preview this book at Google Book Search [follow this link]. Locate this book in the British Library [follow this link]. Locate this book in Libraries worldwide [follow this link]. 

Soloviev Mikhail, Shaw C and Andren P (Editors). Peptidomics: Methods and applications. Copyright © 2008 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-471-67781-9. Preview this book at Google Book Search [follow this link]. Locate this book in the Bedford Library (Royal Holloway) [follow this link]. Locate this book in the British Library [follow this link]. Locate this book in Libraries worldwide [follow this link]. 

Current Bioinformatics (Editorial Board). The Journal aims to publish all the latest and outstanding developments in bioinformatics; it covers a wide range of the integration of biology with computer and information science. [Link to the Journal website] [Instructions for Authors] [Most read papers]. 

 

Research group

  • Current research team
Faddi Kamel
Seletia Agyeiwaa
Alexandra Ferre
Evan Decker
Elina Dosadina
Karima Taibi Metran
Julian Bailes
 
  • Current and recent research project students
2018-19: Mateusz Hess, Greta Paulauskaite, Amirttha Balendran, Aisa Kajouk, Zak Wheeler, Abigail Smith
2017-18: Sophie Barrett, Ibrahim Basar, Katarina Kentosova, Megan Smith, Amy Taylor, Dandan Xing
2016-17: Nur Adam Daud, Dugagjin Kycyku, Sandra Odhialo, Nathalie Schneider
2015-16: Delfin Dhas, Roxanna Hajbabaie, Haris Mohammed, Oliver Morrissey
 
  • Current collaborators
Bazbek Davletov - University of Sheffield
Enrico Ferrari - University of Lincoln
Anna Kaźmierczak-Bałata - Institute of Physics Centre for Science and Education, Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Giuliano Siligardi - Diamond Light Source, Harwell Science & Innovation Campus
Oleg Kolosov - Physics Department, Lancaster University
Victor Petrashov, Rais Shaikhaidarov - Physics Department, Royal Holloway University of London
Xiao Yun Xu - Imperial College London
 
 
  • Former group members, academic visitors and postgraduate students
Lauren Nelless
Nathalie Schneider
Yasmine Alsaidi
Amira Hussain
Yaroslav Odarchenko 
Andrea Briones
Mehwish Khan
Nilufer Munur
Katie Wong
Gina Deliconstantinos
Andrew Milnthorpe
Fakhria Amiri 
David Greenwood
Fan Zhang
Parvin Yousefi
Anna Dulneva
Sebastian Huettinger
Michelle Esteves
Pingsheng Tian
Marina Tarunina
Zhensheng Pan
Brian Smethurst
Nina Salata
Alexey Lipkin
Richard Barry
 
  • Summer placements students and research volunteers
Leoni Mahal (2017, funded by BBSRC. REP placement)
Emma Taluy (2017)
Lauren Dawson (2015, funded by RSC. Analytical Chemistry Summer Studentship)
Sitara Khan (2014)
Barnaby Slater (2013, funded by RSC. Analytical Chemistry Summer Studentship)
Beata Juchnevic (2012)
Richard Pryce-Williams (2008)
Catherine Lenihan (2008)
Jenny Edwards (2008)
Andrew Milnthorpe (2006)
Anna Dulneva (2006)
 

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