The project is open to both home and overseas students, it is UNFUNDED and applicants are encouraged to contact the Principal Supervisor directly to discuss their application and the project.
The successful applicant will be expected to provide the funding for registration, tuition fees, all their own living expenses and research costs (bench fees) of £15,000 per year to cover charges associated with purchasing laboratory consumables. Details of costs can be found on the University website: View Website
1) Chui K, Jeys L, Snow M. (2015) Knee salvage procedures: The indications, techniques and outcomes of large osteochondral allografts. World Journal of Orthopaedics 6, 340-350.
2) McNicholas MJ and Oldershaw RA. Cartilage Regeneration: How Do We Meet the Increasing Demands of an Ageing Population?. SM J Orthop. 1, 1010.
3) Collins JA, Moots RJ, Winstanley R, Clegg PD and Milner PI. (2013) Oxygen and pH-sensitivity of human osteoarthritic chondrocytes in 3-D alginate bead culture system. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 21(11): 1790-1978
4) Lamari FN, Theocharis AD, Asimakopoulou AP, Malavaki CJ and Karamanos NK. (2006) Metabolism and biochemical/physiological roles of chondroitin sulfates: analysis of endogenous and supplemental chondroitin sulfates in blood circulation Biomed. Chromatogr. 20: 539-550.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 143.50
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