Dr. Murray received his academic training in Chemistry (MSci) from the University of Birmingham in 2017, Neurotechnology (MRes) from Imperial College London in 2018 and his doctoral degree (PhD) in Bioengineering from Imperial College London in 2022. In his work, he designed, fabricated and developed a flexible device to chemically and electrically monitor the injured brain. He now builds on this work at Yale, to help develop a multimodal probe as part of the Yale Clinical Neuroscience Analytics Group and create a new generation of implantable chemical sensors.
Education & Training
- PhDImperial College London, Bioengineering (2022)
- MResImperial College London, Neurotechnology (2018)
- MSCIUniversity of Birmingham, Chemistry (2017)