Application Science

  • Adam Buckle

    Adam Buckle

    Lab Manager

    Adam holds a PhD in Molecular Genetics from the University of Edinburgh and has a passion for technology and innovation.  He is an experienced Molecular Biologist with more than 12 years of scientific experience across a variety of research areas including genetics, genomics, epigenetics and bioinformatics.  Adam possesses excellent scientific communication and research management skills, and has experience using a broad range of molecular and cellular biology techniques and developing new methods.

    In his spare time, Adam enjoys being outdoors and exploring Scotland.

  • Miss Ahmed

    Miss Ahmed

    Application Scientist

    Miss Ahmed joined Arrayjet as an Application Scientist in 2017 after graduating with a Distinction in MSc in Drug Design and Biomedical Science.  Her role involves working with the Arrayjet Advance team, carrying out quality control procedures and printing custom microarrays for a variety of academic and commercial customers.  Miss Ahmed is responsible for preparing batch records, protocols and reports to ensure each project has complete traceability.

    Miss Ahmed is presently on maternity leave.

  • Denitsa Spasova

    Denitsa Spasova

    Application Scientist

    Denitsa holds an MSci in Biochemistry and her interests lie in the development of innovative high-throughput technologies and their application in the research, diagnostic and pharmaceutical fields.  Her background is in biomarker discovery, in vitro diagnostics and she has experience working with contact microarray printers, before joining Arrayjet in 2018.  Denitsa most enjoys working on custom microarray printing and assay development projects.  She is also part of Arrayjets internal auditing team, ensuring compliance with ISO 13485 standards for medical devices.

    Outside of work, Denitsa is passionate about salsa dancing and enjoys travelling and yoga.

  • Alex Fullerton

    Alex Fullerton

    Application Scientist

    Alex joined Arrayjet in 2019 after graduating from the University of Edinburgh in 2019 with an MRes in Integrative Neuroscience.  Alex's laboratory background is primarily related to motor neurone disease and mitochondria, and his masters project inolved testing if the upregulation of mitochondrial biogenesis provides a neuroprotective effect in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

    In his spare time Alex builds and paints miniatures for his 40k (Warhammer) army and enjoys getting creative with vegetarian cooking, including making pesto out of Brussels sprouts and walnuts or tofu pibil  Alex is also a dungeon master for a group of friends, and holds weekly Dungeons and Dragons sessions.