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MOVING CARTILAGE CELL BASED THERAPIES FROM SMALL-SCALE AUTOLOGOUS TO LARGE-SCALE ALLOGENEIC

In Dec 2019 we began an industry sponsored MRC Biomedical Catalyst project aimed at finding the best potential cartilage source for expansion of GMP chondrocytes in a Quantum® system bioreactor. Read more

Regulation of the tissue degradation in osteoarthritis

  Research Group: Biomedical Research Group
Research Group. Biomedical Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Joseph Bird. Dr Peter Coussons. Dr Felicity Savage. Theme. Read more

Defining the role of oxidative stress snoRNAs in osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is the most common degenerative joint disorder worldwide, affecting hundreds of millions worldwide and presents with degradation of articular cartilage, leading to loss of joint mobility and function, accompanied by chronic pain. Read more

(BBSRC DTP CASE) Proteomic profiling of human meniscus to inform development of bioprinted meniscal tissue analogues

Injuries to meniscal cartilage in the knee joint, which often occur in young healthy individuals due to traumatic injury, represent a significant long-term health problem as they limit mobility, cause pain and often result in long-term complications such as early onset osteoarthritis. Read more

Targeting TFEB for the treatment of Osteoarthritis (NDORMS 2022/1)

Population ageing is becoming one of the most significant social transformations of this century which impacts different sectors of society including labour force and financial resources Although the increase in life span is one of the greatest achievements of humanity, age-related diseases, such as Osteoarthritis (OA), limit health span. Read more

Building the skull - normal and abnormal development

Using a combination of patient samples and mouse models, we study the causes and developmental origins of skull malformation. The work ranges from screening human DNA for new mutations, to use of genome editing and single cell transcriptomics to model the developmental causes of these malformations in mice. Read more

Bioinspired materials: strong and self-healing polymer materials

Biomaterials, for example bone and skin have a remarkable capacity to self-heal. These natural materials are hydrogels, however synthetic hydrogels cannot perform the same task as they are inherently weak and not usually self-healing. Read more

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