Improving quality of life through novel healthcare technologies - Creating advanced medical solutions through innovative biomaterials.
Structural Tissue Scaffolds
Our primary aim is to develop advanced porous structures with optimised mechanical properties and biological functionality.
Artificial Joint Design and Optimisation.
Working closely with Clinicians, we are optimising surgical techniques to bring direct benefits to patients undergoing total joint replacements.
Tuning Material Behaviors to Enhance Biological Processes
Our primary aim is to develop advanced bone fixation devices which 'resorb' over time and are replaced by natural tissue.
Providing Insight To Injury
Using advanced virtual reality systems to gain insight into digital representations of biological systems .
Cell and tissue mechanobiology, implant biomechanics, bio-engineering simulationView Pure Profile
Bio-resorbable medical materials, bioactive delivery systems, sterilisation processesView Pure Profile
Biomimetic elastomers and nanocomposite hydrogels for soft tissue engineering, nanocomposites for drug delivery, nanoparticles for bioimaging and cancer therapyView Pure Profile
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