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Enrico Marsili received his doctorate in Chemical Engineering from the University of Rome, Italy. He has been visiting scientist at Center for Biofilm Engineering, Bozeman, USA (2003-2004). After postdoctoral research at University of Minnesota, he took a Lecturer position at Dublin City University. In 2012, he joined the newly formed Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, Singapore, as Principal Scientist. In 2019, he moved to Nazarbayev University as Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering. Currently, he is Associate Professor in Green Chemicals and Energy at China Beacons Institute, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China. His research interests include biofilm electrochemistry, development of antimicrobial and antibiofilm agents, and biosensors for clinical applications. To date, he has published over 70 papers, which have received over 4700 citations.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Bioemediation of uranium through sulfate-reducing microorganisms, University of Rome La Sapienza

1 Nov 200120 Dec 2004

Award Date: 20 Dec 2004

External positions

Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, Nazarbayev University

10 Jan 201924 Jul 2022

Principal Scientist, Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering (SCELSE)

1 Jan 201531 Dec 2018

Lecturer, Biotechnology, Dublin City University

3 Jun 200831 Dec 2015

Postdoctoral Associate, Biotechnology, University of Minnesota

5 Oct 200526 May 2008

Junior Researcher, Sustainable Development, Utrecht University

1 Mar 200530 Sept 2005

Researcher, Environmental Technology, Wageningen University & Research

10 Jan 200528 Feb 2005


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