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Investigating plastic behaviour in immature bones

There are many differences in mechanical properties between immature and adult bones. While adult bones have been studied extensively, particularly in relation to non-healthy ageing and the risk of fracture, there has been a lack of study on immature or young bones and their mechanical properties. Read more

Modern human variation as a model for locomotor evolution in ancestral hominins

The transition to terrestrial bipedalism represents a defining episode in the history of our species. Understanding how, when, and why upright bipedalism evolved in hominins requires the biomechanics of fossil organisms to be analysed. Read more

MSc by Research: Regulation of the stability of the Notch intracellular domain in iPS derived presomitic mesoderm cells

Notch is one of the major highly conserved signalling pathways that regulate cell-cell communication which involves gene regulation mechanisms that control multiple processes during development and adult life. Read more

MSc by Research: Function of presomitic mesoderm specific phosphorylation of the Notch intracellular domain in somitogenesis

The Notch signalling pathway is one of the key pathways required for the developing embryo. It is especially important for the process of somitogenesis, the formation of body segments that develop into e.g. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Developing new synergistic therapies of bactericidal nanotopography and biophysical stimulation to combat AMR bacterial infections of implants

The recent WHO report (2019) on global antimicrobial resistance (AMR) highlights not only the growing issue of resistance, identifying it as one of the greatest threats we face as a global community, but also the lack of new effective options to tackle bacterial infections. Read more
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