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- Reader in Regenerative Medicine
- Metabolism & Experi Therapeutics
- Div of Medicine
- Faculty of Medical Sciences
I lead the UCL Applied Biomedical Engineering Group, based in Division of Medicine. The group is affiliated to the Research Department of Metabolism and Experimental Therapeutics and forms part of the Centre for Cardiovascular Biology and Medicine.
My research interests are centered on the application of biomedical engineering to provide healthcare solutions for debilitating conditions, which contribute to the UCL Grand Challenge of Human Wellbeing. To enable this, we have cross-disciplinary research collaborations with other UCL groups in the Faculties of Engineering, Life Sciences, Mathematical & Physical Sciences, and Medical Sciences, as well as clinical and surgical collaborations at the affiliated University College London Hospital. The group works closely with the UCL Translational Research Office and UCL Business to facilitate clinical translation and commercialization of our exciting and innovative technology.
For more information visit our website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/day-lab
I lead the Tissue Engineering Module (MECHGB07) on the MSc in Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering run by UCL Department of Mechanical Engineering (http://www.mecheng.ucl.ac.uk/learning/graduate/msc/biomaterials-tissue-engineering/).
I also teach on Allergy, Autoimmunity & Transplantation courses (INIM3006 and PATHG014) in the Division of Infection and Immunity, and on MSc/MEng courses in the Department of Biochemical Engineering.
My teaching interests include developing innovative methods for virtual learning environments that facilitate cross-discipline learning.
|2010||PGCLTHE||Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education – Academic studies in Higher Education||University College London|
|1998||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy – Medicine||Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine|
|1994||BSc Hons||Bachelor of Science (Honours) – Biomedical Science||Kingston University|