Dr Simon Corrie is a researcher interested in developing nanoparticles and related biomaterials for applications in biosensing, bioassays and medical devices. Simon has a Degree in Chemical Engineering, a PhD in physical chemistry from the University of Queensland, and has undertaken postdoctoral studies at the HPV Research Laboratory at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA. Simon completed an ARC DECRA Fellowship in Professor Mark Kendall's group at the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology at The University of Queensland. Simon is a Senior Lecturer, Chemical Engineering at the Centre to Impact Antimicrobial Resistance, Victorian Heart Institute. He is also Chief Investigator with the ARC Centre of Excellence in Convergent BioNano Science and Technology at the Univesrity of Queensland. In February 2016 Simon joined the Chemical Engineering Department at Monash University as Senior Lecturer. In 2020 he joined the Monash Centre to Impact AMR as a member of the Research Strategy working group.