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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor K Shakesheff
Organisation: University of Nottingham
Department: Unlisted
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Analytical Science Analytical Science
Biomaterials Drug Formulation & Delivery
Manufact. Enterprise Ops& Mgmt Manufacturing Machine & Plant
Materials Characterisation Materials Synthesis & Growth
Med.Instrument.Device& Equip. Tissue Engineering
Tissue engineering

Current EPSRC Support
EP/P029868/1 3D OrbiSIMS: Label free chemical imaging of materials, cells and tissues(C)
EP/N006615/1 Next Generation Biomaterials Discovery(C)
EP/L015072/1 EPSRC and MRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Regenerative Medicine(C)
EP/L01646X/1 EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Therapeutics & Nanomedicines(C)
EP/K005138/1 University of Nottingham - Equipment Account(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/L022095/1 Rapid assembly of living micro-tissues with holographic optical tweezers; Cell 'LEGO' for regenerative medicine(C)
EP/I017801/1 E-TERM, Engineering Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine(C)
EP/H028277/1 EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine(C)
EP/F500491/1 LSI DTCs 2007-Doctoral Training Centre for Regenerative Medicine(C)
EP/E021042/1 Colloidal Cell Delivery Systems(C)
EP/E01044X/1 Scale-up feasibility of plasma deposition in 3D tissue engineering scaffolds(C)
EP/D003849/1 Three Dimensional Cell Addressing: A Proof-of-Concept Study in the Formation of Complex Tissue Architectures In Vitro(P)
EP/C51789X/1 A Novel Biosynthetic Bandage for Corneal Wound Repair(C)
EP/C534247/1 Regenerative Medicine - A New Industry(C)
GR/S31051/01 Development and Validation of Mathematical Models for in Vitro Tissue Growth(C)
GR/S48288/01 Instant Tissues: Self-Assembly of Complex Cell Aggregates Through Chemical Cross-Linking(C)
GR/S27269/01 Synchronising Angiogenesis and Tissue Regeneration(P)
GR/R93292/01 Spatial Organisation Of Cells In Microfabricated Scaffolds: Can We Restore Complex Tissue Architecture In The Lab?(P)
GR/R80018/01 Biomimetic Fibres for Tissue Engineering(P)
GR/R52152/01 Cell migration and adhesion: the interface with tissue engineering(R)
GR/R47851/01 Characterisation of Surfaces, Thin Film and Nanometre Scale Structures by X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy(C)
GR/R51407/01 Islet Tissue Engineering: Using biomimetic templates to control pancreatic stem cell differentiation(C)
GR/R03990/01 Supercritical Fluid Mixing: Clean Preparation of Microspheres For Controlled Release of Pharmaceuticals(C)
GR/N29860/01 BIODEGRADABLE BIOMIMETIC (OSTEOINDUCTIVE) POLYMERS FOR SKELETAL REPAIR(C)
GR/M94786/01 THE THERMAL CHARACTERISATION OF MATERIALS AT THE SUB-MICRON SCALE BY SCANNING THERMAL MICROSCOPY(C)
GR/N16594/01 POROUS SUBSTRATES FOR TISSUE AND CELL ENGINEERING(P)
GR/A00256/01 AF: SURFACE ENGINEERING OF POLYMERS TO CREATE MATERIAL S WTIH BIOLOGICAL MIMICKING ACTIVITY(P)
GR/M49724/01 INSTRUMENTATION FOR THE SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF REACTIONS AT INTERFACES(C)
GR/M38759/01 MANUFACTURING OF BIOINTERACTIVE SCAFFOLDS FOR TISSUE ENGINEERING USING SUPER CRITICAL FLUID TECHNOLOGY(C)
GR/L88054/01 SURFACE ENGINEERING OF BIODEGRADABLE POLYMERS TO CREATE BIOMIMETIC MATERIALS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator