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I build bridges.
But I am not an engineer!
I am a Knowledge Exchange Fellow with Strathclyde’s Health & Care Futures.
Having studied Physics together with the somewhat unlikely subjects of Neuroscience, Botany and Chemistry I build bridges between different disciplines. With a background in electrophysiology, microscopy and time resolved fluorescence, an excellent knowledge in cell biology and skills in quantum Physics, Biochemistry and molecular Biology I work as an Enabler of Science. I am not an expert. I am not a specialist. I deliberately developed and nurture a broad knowledge base and a wide skills set to always explore new fields and opportunities of research and development.
Working as an Application Scientist in Biomedical Science & Knowledge Exchange I develop and manage projects between University-based research and commercial or public partners. I bring experience in working with companies ranging from small University spin-offs to multinational enterprise and within two-partner projects to large consortia involving several Universities and companies. I am experienced in working with funding bodies: the UK and European Research Councils, Innovate UK and private funders and charities.
Besides my research and knowledge exchange, I teach with a passion. Teaching is a privilege meeting bright people and guiding them a step along their way to develop their full potential and opportunities. A special interest of mine is bespoke teaching and training to support people’s careers and ambitions. And not least of all … teaching is fun!
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Chen, Y., Kendall, T., Yip, P., Davy, A., Sefcik, J. & Sutter, J. U., 6 Oct 2020, In: ACS Omega. 5, 39, p. 25059-25068 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile3 Downloads (Pure)
Sutter, J. U., Lewis, O., Robinson, C., McMahon, A., Boyce, R., Bragg, R., Macrae, A., Orton, J., Shah, V., Ingleby, S. J., Griffin, P. F. & Riis, E., 31 Oct 2020, In: Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 177, 8 p., 105651.
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Data for: "Recording the Heart Beat of Cattle using a Gradiometer System of Optically Pumped Magnetometers"
Sutter, J. (Creator), Ingleby, S. (Contributor), Griffin, P. (Supervisor), Riis, E. (Owner), Lewis, O. (Contributor), McMahon, A. (Supervisor), Robinson, C. (Supervisor), Bragg, R. (Contributor), Macrae, A. (Supervisor), Boyce, R. (Supervisor), Shah, V. (Contributor) & Orton, J. (Contributor), University of Strathclyde, 13 Aug 2020
Learning Saphriogestics: Teaching Students the Knowledge and Abilities for Jobs that don't yet exist.
Jens Sutter (Speaker)29 Jan 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk