Simon Walker-Samuel (UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Engineering), Paul Sweeney and Rebecca Shipley have published their work on high-resolution imaging or surgically-resected tumours, combined with…
Before Christmas, James Phillips and Rebecca Shipley from the UCL Centre for Nerve Engineering recorded for the Naked Neuroscience series of the Naked Scientists, on…
Rebecca Shipley was awarded her EPSRC Healthcare Technology Challenge Award on Mathematical Modelling Led Design of Tissue-Engineered Constructs: A New Paradigm for Peripheral Nerve Repair (NerveDesign)
Last week, Rebecca Shipley and Mr Tom Quick (Consultant peripheral nerve surgeon at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital) recorded a podcast with the Naked Scientists.
In May 2016, James Phillips (UCL Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering) and Rebecca Shipley launched the UCL Centre for Nerve Engineering (CNE). The CNE brings together scientific and engineering research across the physical and life sciences at UCL to tackle nerve repair problems and translate them to the clinic.
Rachel Coy recently presented her research on “A mathematical model to inform the design of peripheral nerve repair constructs” at the 6th Vienna Symposium on Surgery of Peripheral Nerve.
Congratulations to Paul Sweeney on an excellent presentation at UCL Mech Eng Day 2017. Paul was presenting his research on combining mathematical modelling with high resolution imaging to improve cancer therapies. Watch this space for his next paper out soon!
Congratulations to Rachel Coy, who has had her first paper published in the Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. Her paper, entitled “An Integrated…
Rebecca Shipley was awarded her EPSRC First Grant on Mathematical Modelling to Define a New Design Rationale for Tissue-Engineered Peripheral Nerve Repair Constructs
Rebecca Shipley and Simon Walker-Samuel (UCL CABI) were awarded the Rosetrees Interdisciplinary Prize 2016 for their computational approach to predict improvements for T-cell therapy in pancreatic cancer