he UCL Centre for Nanotechnology & Regenerative Medicine, based at Royal Free campus performs basic and translational research on the development of human organs using nanomaterials and stem cells technology, the directed is Professor Alexander Seifalian.
The postholder will be required to carry out research in the area of organ development using decellularised and synthetic scaffold made from POSS-nanocomposite, as well as stem cells. This will include designing and running experiments, recording, analysing, presenting and writing up the results.
The post is initially funded for 12 months.
The post holder must have a PhD in field of nanotechnology/regenerative medicine. Experience of in-vitro cell culture and knowledge of nanocomposite biomaterials and manufacturing scaffold using 3D printer are both essential. The post holder must have a research aptitude and experience in areas related to topic of research work, an ability to analyse and write up data and be able to present data publicly in poster and platform form.
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