The successful applicant will be expected to provide the funding for tuition fees and all living expenses as well as research and travel costs of £7,500 per year. There is NO funding attached to this project. Details of costs can be found on the University website.
1. Book chapter: Henstock JR (2017) ‘Bioreactors: recreating the biomechanical environment in vitro’ in Rawlinson SC (ed.) Mechanobiology: Exploitation for Medical Benefit, Wiley.
2. Leonard KHL, Henstock JR, El Haj AJ, Waters SL, Whiteley JP, Osborne JM (2016) The influence of hydrostatic pressure on tissue engineered bone development. Journal of Theoretical Biology 394, 149-59.
3. Foster NC, Henstock JR, Reinwald Y, El Haj AJ (2015) Dynamic 3D culture: Models of chondrogenesis and endochondral ossification. Birth Defects Res C: Embryo Today 105, 19-33.
4. Henstock JR, Rotherham M, Rose JB, El Haj AJ (2013) Cyclic hydrostatic pressure stimulates enhanced bone development in the foetal chick femur in vitro. Bone 53, 468 – 477.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 143.50
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