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Dr Hayley Wyatt

Dr Hayley Wyatt

Research Associate

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Email
wyatthl@cardiff.ac.uk
Campuses
S/1.04, Adeiladau'r Frenhines -Adeilad y De, 5 The Parade, Heol Casnewydd, Caerdydd, CF24 3AA
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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Engineering at Cardiff University and my research background is boradly within the area of medical engineering. My areas of research interest is in the area of surgical devices and implants and also in the complex behaviour of soft materials. As part of my PhD I research electrosurgical vessel sealing devices, which included studtying the material behaviour of blood vessels. I have since go on to work on projects investigating the tribological performance of hip implants and most recently worked on an EPSRC funded research project investigating the behaviour of soft cellular structures. 

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Education and qualifications

  • 2014: PhD (Electrosurgical Vessel Sealing Devices, School of Engineering) Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
  • 2010: MEng Medical Engineering, Cardiff University 

Aelodaethau proffesiynol

  • Chartered Engineer (Engineering Council UK)
  • Member of the Institue of Mechanical Engineerings (MIMechE) 
  • Member of Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

Safleoedd academaidd blaenorol

  • 2017 - present: Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Engineering, Cardiff Univeristy 
  • 2015 - 2017: Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Mathematics, Cardiff University
  • 2014 - 2015 : Project Officer, ASTUTE, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University 

Ymrwymiadau siarad cyhoeddus

  • 2016: Soapbox Science speaker, Cardiff, UK

Pwyllgorau ac adolygu

  • 2017 - Present: Member of the Soapbox Science Organising Committee 
  • 2016 - Present: Member of the Cardiff Women in Science Committee

Cyhoeddiadau

2019

2018

2017

2016

2014

2011

Research theme: Mechanics, Materials and Advanced Manufacturing

Current Projects:

  • Investigation into the wear performance of bearing liners
  • Design of a bioreactor (in collaboration with the School of Bioscience)
  • Investigation into the mechanical behaviour of soft cellular structures (in collaboration with the School of Mathematics)

Successful Funding Applications:

  • Co-applicant on a Welcome Trust Grant Cross Disciplinary Grant, Title ‘Enhancing wear properties of CFR-PEEK and UHMWPE acetabular cup using a novel lipid bilayer surface functionalization’, Cost £23,067