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Professor Manuel Salmeron-Sanchez is Head of the Division of Biomedical Engineering and Chair of Biomedical Engineering in the School of Engineering. He is also Associate Academic of the Institute of Molecular Cell and Systems Biology. Previously he was Professor at the Technical University of Valencia, Visiting Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology (2010), and seconded to Abengoa Research S.A. (2011).
|Andres Alba-Perez. Project Manager|
|Eva Barcelona-Estaje. PhD Student: Engineering surface mibility to control stem cell differentiation|
|Mark Bennett. PhD Student: Role of surface mobility in cell/material interactions|
|Richard Boyd. Project Manager|
|Annie Cheng. Research Associate|
|Peter Childs. Project Manager|
|Marco Cantini. Research Associate|
|Laila Damiati. PhD Student:|
|Oana Dobre. Research Associate|
|Katie Douglas. PhD Student:|
|Cristina Gonzalez-García. Lecturer at the School of Engineering, University of Glasgow|
|Ross Gurden. PhD Student: Engineering stem cell niches (co-supervised with Prof. Matt Dalby)|
|Jake Hay. PhD Student: Functional living biointerfaces to direct stem cell fate|
|Vineetha Jayawarna. Research Associate|
|Virginia Llopis-Hernández. Fibronectin fibrillogenesis to direct cell fate|
|Kimia Mohammadi. Research Associate|
|Vladimira Moulisova. Research Associate|
|Vassilis Papalazarou. PhD Student: Bioengineering microenvironments for pancreatic cancer cell invasion (co-supervised with Prof. Laura Machesky at the Beatson Institute)|
|Michaela Petaroudi. PhD student:|
|Alex Rodrigo-Navarro. Research Associate|
|Nadira A Salah. PhD Student: In vitro model for fallopian tube regeneration|
|David Shields. PhD Student:|
|Mark Sprott. PhD Student: Synergistic microenvironments to control stem cell fate|
|Paula Sweeten. PhD Student: Engineering stem cell niches (co-supervised with Prof. Matt Dalby)|
|Sara Trujillo-Muñoz. PhD Student: Fibronectin-based gels|
|Douglas Venters. PhD Student: Injectable Hydrogels for Spinal Cord Regeneration|
Once in the team, always in the team
|Andrea Acaiturri. MSc project (Oral and Maxillofacial surgery) 2015.|
|Mohammed Al-Jarsha. MSc project 2nd term 2014. Biomaterial coatings for titanium implants. Now: Assistant Lecturer at The College of Dentistry – University of Baghdad|
|Jose Ballester-Beltran. Former PhD Student at MiMe: Sandwich-like systems to engineer the cellular microenvironment. PhD defence in Nov 2014. Now: Research Associate at the University of Cambridge|
|Fatma Bathawab. Former PhD Student at MiMe: Surface mobility and stem cell fate|
|Douglas Borland. Started postgraduate program: Synergistic microenvironments to control stem cell fate.
Now: Temporary Lecturer in Biology at New College Lanarkshire
|Eleni Grigoriou. Former PhD Student at MiMe: Mechanosensitive fibronectin-based microenvironments|
|Karoliina Hassi. MSc project 2nd term 2014. Functional living biointerfaces to direct stem cell fate.|
|Virginia Llopis-Hernández. Former PhD Student at MiMe: Fibronectin fibrillogenesis to direct cell fate.
Now: Research Associate at the Centre for Cell engineering, University of Glasgow.
|Elie Ngandu Mpoyi. Former PhD Student at MiMe: Biointerfaces to reveal collagen IV disease mechanisms|
|Sara Poveda. Five months stay during 2014. C2C12 and hMSCs cell cultures in injectable gelatin/hyaluronic acid hydrogels.
Now: PhD last year in Centro de Biomateriales e Ingeniería Tisular (Valencia)
|Patricia Rico-Tortosa. Visiting Researcher at MiMe group during Jun-Jul 2015 and Jul-Sept 2016
Now: Associate Researcher at the Center for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering and at the Biomedical Research Networking Center in Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-BBN), Valencia, Spain.
|Frankie Vanterpool. Former PhD Student at MiMe: Fibronectin and cancer|