Dirk received his PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) in Biochemistry in Germany and subsequently worked as a Researcher at King's College London. He joined Middlesex University in 2009 as a Lecturer for Bioscience and Biomedical Science.
Monitoring and health impact of pollution
Dirk Wildeboer's research is focussed on enzyme based biosensors for human health as well as environmental targets. A current project includes the development of a portable detector capable of rapid detection of faecal pollution in waters. Another ongoing project is aimed at developing a biosensor for point-of-care characterisation of wound infections and monitoring of wound healing.View more publications