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Prof Deepak Kalaskar
9th Floor
Dep surgery and Intervention science
Royal Free NHS Trust Hospital, Rowland st
Hampstead, London
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  • Professor of Bioengineering
  • Department of Ortho and MSK Science
  • Div of Surgery & Interventional Sci
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences

A multidisciplinary scientist with extensive experience in research, management, and education in the area of biomedical engineering, biomaterials and 3D fabrication technologies.

His Research has been focused on the development of novel materials, their analysis, and applications to solve real life problems in medicine. He has extensive experience in biomaterials, biocompatible coatings, 3D printing technologies, design and development of medical devices and implants, stem cells. He is working closely with number of industries, clinical and academic collaborations for the development of new medical products and processes required for clinical translation. He is running 3 clinical trials with various hospitals to bring technologies from bench to bed side. 

His research group has received research funding from RCUK (EPSRC, MRC-AMR), various UK based charities and industries. He is the editor and author of 4 Books in the field of 3D Printing in Medicine (Elsevier), Nanomedicine (OpenPress) and Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (UCL Press). Currently, he directs MSc course in Burns, Plastic and Reconstructive surgery at University College London (UCL), to educate clinicians and scientists in translational medicine.

Research Summary

Basic science 

• Development of novel Biomaterials and their testing for unmet clinical challenges. 

• 3D printing technology and its optimisation for biomedical applications.

• Surface modifications of biomaterials for improving implant tissue integration and angiogenesis. 

Applied Research 

•Design and development of patient specific medical devices and implants using 3D printing technology for musculoskeletal applications. 

•Optimisation of medical devices and implants designs and testing using computational modelling.

•3D bioprinting for hard and connective tissue engineering (intervertebral cages, bone, tendon and ligaments)

Teaching Summary

Deputy Director : MSc Burns, Plastic and Reconstruction Surgery

Module Lead :
1. Burns, Military and Wound Healing 
2. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Other teaching responsibilities :
 Biomaterials and Nanotechnology module 

Supervision of iBsc/Msc / PhD projects in 3D Bioprinting , 3 D printing and Regenerative Medicine. 

  Associate Member of HEA Higher Education Academy Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom
  Senoir Research Associate Institute cellular Medicine Newcastle University, United Kingdom
  Research Associate Human Anatomy & Cell Biology University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
  PhD Material Science Centre University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  Research Scientist BASF coatings Pvt Ltd. BASF coatings Pvt Ltd., India
  Research Fellow Institute of Nanosciences and Condense Matter Catholic University-de-Louvain, Belgium
Academic Background
2014   ATQ02 - Recognised by the HEA as an Associate Fellow Institute of Education
2008   Doctor of Philosophy University of Manchester
2003   Bachelor of Technology Nagpur University
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