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NTU has given me the opportunity to create my own possibilities.

Prof. Carole Perry

Distinguished Professor at the School of Science and Technology

I see possibilities where the disciplines of chemistry, physics and bioscience intersect.

I SEE POSSIBILITIES WHERE THE DISCIPLINES OF CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS AND BIOSCIENCE INTERSECT. 

These possibilities have led to an extension in the working life of antibiotics, allowed the development of new surfaces for tissue culture, and contributed towards the development of materials for dental and bone repair in both animals and people. 

I’ve always been interested in science where fundamental disciplines overlap; where one science informs the other; where knowledge is shared; where there's a magical mix of ideas, methodologies, techniques and unknown possibilities. I guess I'm just not your usual researcher. 

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NTU HAS GIVEN ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE MY OWN POSSIBILITIES AND TO WORK ACROSS DISCIPLINES.

When I first started here 25 years ago, I developed and encouraged interdisciplinary collaboration – to work with and learn from amazing people outside my own field. Today at NTU this is the norm. NTU encourages academics to do this – to work together around themes that drive collaboration and generate ideas in new and exciting ways.

WHEN PEOPLE FIRST VISIT NTU THEY'RE SURPRISED BY THE FACILITIES, THEN BY THE CROSS-DISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION, AND FINALLY BY THE QUALITY OF THE RESEARCH WE DO HERE. 

Much of our work is globally recognised as outstanding. We’re not a place that shouts about things. We’re a place that gets on and does things.

My name is Carole Perry

I am a Distinguished Professor at the School of Science and Technology

My name is Carole Perry

Academic Positions:

  • Brunel University, Lecturer (1987 – 1993)
  • Oxford University, St Hilda’s College (1985 – 1987) E.P.A. Brereton Sherman Junior Research Fellowship
  • Externally funded competitive fellowships:
  • Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology (1992, six months at Weizmann Institute, Israel)
  • Royal Society (1991 – 1992, six weeks at Weizmann Institute, Israel)
  • CIBA Foundation (1986, one month at Scripps Institute, San Diego, USA).

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