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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor S Waters
Organisation: University of Oxford
Department: Mathematical Institute
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Biomaterials Biomechanics & Rehabilitation
Development (Biosciences) Manufacturing Machine & Plant
Non-linear Systems Mathematics Tissue engineering

Current EPSRC Support
EP/S003509/1 Developing a humanoid bioreactor for tendon tissue engineering(C)
EP/R013128/1 Discipline Hopping x2: a next generation framework for multidisciplinary research between mathematics and regenerative medicine(P)
EP/P031218/1 MechAscan - A novel online mechanical assessment tool for manufacturing engineered tissues in regenerative medicine and drug discovery(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/D070910/2 Flow in collapsible tubes: Computations, experiments and (at last!) a rational mathematical model for the onset of self-excited oscillations(P)
EP/D070635/2 New mathematical models for perfusion bioreactors in tissue engineering(P)
EP/D070635/1 New mathematical models for perfusion bioreactors in tissue engineering(P)
EP/D070910/1 Flow in collapsible tubes: Computations, experiments and (at last!) a rational mathematical model for the onset of self-excited oscillations(P)
GR/T24234/01 SANDPIT: Intracellular mechanisms of lumen formation in angiogenesis(C)
EP/D502365/1 WORKSHOP: UK Mathematics-In-Medicine Study Groups 2005-2007(C)
GR/T19605/01 The Role of Angiogenesis in Wound Healing: an Inter-Disciplinary Evaluation (RAWHIDE)(C)
GR/T02539/01 Network in Physiological Flow Modelling: Promoting Interactions between Physiological Flow Modellers and Bioscientist(C)
GR/T02546/01 Network in Physiological Flow Modelling: Promoting Interactions between Physiological Flow Modellers and Bioscientist(P)
GR/S72023/01 eScience Pilot Project in Integrative Biology(C)
GR/R89301/01 Flows in pipes with time-dependent geometries(P)
GR/R52152/01 Cell migration and adhesion: the interface with tissue engineering(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator