Dr Finlay Walton
- Research Associate (Electronic & Nanoscale Engineering)
Dr Walton is an EPSRC Doctoral Prize Research Fellow in the James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow. He is co-director of the Microelectronics Lab (meLAB) and his research focuses on the design and nanofabrication of flexible implantable neural devices. He has been a recipient of funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, University of Glasgow, Royal Society of Chemistry and ScotCHEM.
£108,051 Scalable Controlled Optogenetic Treatment impLAntables for Neurological Disorders (SCOTLAND - EPSRC Doctoral Prize Research Fellowship -PI, 2020-22)
£4,000 Sculpted electric fields to control phase separation and nucleation in critical mixtures (ScotCHEM ECR Grant - PI, 2022)
£4,154 Prototyping a flexible implantable optogenetic device (EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account Fast Track, PI, 2022
£22,499 Computational modelling of an MRI-compatible in-vitro stimulation system for brain cancer treatment (EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account, Co-I, 2022)
£500 Co-creation workshop for the development of technological treatments for epilepsy (Chancellor's Fund, PI, 2022)