Research Fellow in Biomaterials Development and Additive Manufacturing, Faculty of Science
Research Fellow in Biomaterials Development and Additive Manufacturing within the United Kingdom Regenerative Medicine 2 (UKRMP2) platform. My research involves the fabrication of defined-geometry microparticles using multi-photon polymerisation to explore the roles of pore architecture on mesenchymal stem cell differentiation.
I am also involved in the 'Next Generation Biomaterials Discovery' programme grant incorporating machine learning tools to enhance image analysis of high-throughput screening biomaterial discovery platforms such as the TopoChip and polymer microarrays.
I was significantly involved in the design and delivery of a new 'Additive Biofabrication' Laboratory at the University of Nottingham purpose built for bioprinting.
Prior to this, I was an EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow 2018 within the INSIGNEO Institute for in silico Medicine at the University of Sheffield having received a Master's degree in Biomaterial Science and Tissue Engineering in 2014 and a PhD in 2017 under the supervision of Dr. Gwendolen C Reilly and Dr. Frederik Claeyssens.
Bone tissue engineering and in vitro modelling of bone.
I attained AFHEA status in February 2021 in recognition of my contribution to teaching.
Development and in vitro screening of porous polymer microparticles for bone regeneration
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