Carl Adrian Campugan

Carl Adrian Campugan

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

PhD Students

School of Biomedicine

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences


Carl Adrian Campugan, is a PhD student jointly between the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Adelaide, Australia and the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. His research topic involves the use of trapping techniques to determine how the female gamete's biomechanical property can be used to better understand the health of a fertilized embryo. His research interest focuses on how established non-invasive optical techniques, like the optical tweezers, can be implemented to the reproductive field to better understand the impact of gamete quality on outcomes related to the embryo.

Carl's research involves the use of trapping techniques to detect, assess, and characterize biomechanical properties in the female gamete and investigate how this can be used to better understand the health of a fertilized embryo.

His research interest lies in understanding how non-invasive optical techniques, like the optical tweezers, can be implemented to understand gamete quality.

2021 Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) and the Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation (CRF) PhD Excellence Award

2020 Joint PhD Scholarship With the University of Nottingham

2022

  • National Youth Science Forum Outreach Program

Laboratory Practical Demonstrator  Provided introductory laboratory demonstration of basic embryology for 60 Year 12 students.

  • Year 12 Work Experience

Supervisor – Coordinated hands-on laboratory experiments for Year 12 student.

 

2021

  • National Youth Science Forum Outreach Program

Laboratory Practical Demonstrator  Provided introductory laboratory demonstration of basic embryology for 60 Year 12 students.

  • Year 12 Work Experience

Supervisor – Coordinated hands-on laboratory experiments for Year 12 student.


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