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Defining the molecular drivers of cartilage regeneration

A fully funded PhD studentship is available in the laboratory of Dr Giovanna Nalesso at the University of Surrey. The aim of the project is the characterisation of the molecular mechanisms driving the regeneration of the articular cartilage. Read more

Mapping chondrocyte inflammatory responses using gene editing approaches

Healthy cartilage in our joints is essential for us to maintain an active life into old age. The cells that maintain cartilage are called chondrocytes and maintenance of their phenotype is important for healthy ageing. Read more

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Studentships

The University of Surrey's Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (FHMS) is delighted to announce its new PhD studentship programme for 2022. 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

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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