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From Guts to Bones and Back Again

Location
B34, Boots Science Building
Date(s)
06/03/2019 (17:00-19:00)
Description
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In this inaugural lecture, Felicity described her journey through the past 25 years working at the University, from her earlier years within gastroenterology through to her transition to a full academic career within tissue engineering, with a focus on bone regeneration.

Summarising her research and collaborations along the way, Felicity spoke about her personal life and experiences and how these influenced her career and led her to the point she is at today.

Speaker profile: Professor Felicity Rose

Professor Felicity Rose is Head of the Division of Regenerative Medicine and Cellular Therapies as well as the Deputy Director of the Centre for Biomolecular Sciences. A biochemist by training, she has over 15 years’ experience within the field of tissue engineering.

Her research focuses on the ability to control stem and differentiated cell behaviour during the tissue regeneration process to develop in vivo-like in vitro models for research and drug screening applications, and ultimately tissues for transplantation.

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