Prof Manuel Salmeron-Sanchez is giving a talk at the Engineering Department on the Friday June 16th at 2pm in the Department of Engineering, Oatley Seminar Floor, Baker Building, entitled “Engineered growth factor microenvironments for regenerative medicine”. (Please note that this event has been re-scheduled from its original date 24th Feb) This is a joint seminar […]
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Information on the responsibilities of researchers in relation to human tissue is available on the website of the Bone Group here
The Department of Medicine Bone Group has an HTA licenced laboratory which offers a full in-house histomorphometry service for the investigation of bone diseases, under the direction of Dr Linda Skingle. More information
A new study by the Bone Group led by Dr Ken Poole, has shed light on the way in which people with a specific type of osteoporosis are likely to experience weakness in their bones that increases their chances of suffering a fracture. The research, which was funded by Arthritis Research UK, and is the […]
The annual network meeting, on the theme of Interdisciplinary Research in Musculoskeletal Science, was held on Friday 2nd December 2016 at Buckingham House, Murray Edwards College. Attended by 50 members of the network from across the Schools of the University, Professor Andrew McCaskie gave an introductory talk explaining the aims of the network, and outlined […]
Dr Fran Henson will speak at the 10th Oswestry Cartilage Symposium: Quality of Cartilage repair on 24th-25th November 2016. A symposium on outcome measures of healing and healed cartilage Quantification of healing is essential for progress in chondrocyte and stem cell techniques of repair and all attempts to slow the progression of arthritis. The focus […]
The UKCRC Tissue Directory is now live for medical researchers wanting to source human tissue for their studies. The Directory is intended to be a first port of call for researchers needing human samples; its functionality includes searches for both collections and capabilities.
The University has a research facilities and equipment sharing database.
Coalface seminar: An introduction to bone and joint diseases from the clinic. This seminar will give members of the Cambridge Musculoskeletal Sciences Network a glimpse into the lives of patients with severe bone and joint diseases, from the perspective of four clinician scientists who care for them. We will try and introduce areas of unmet […]
St Catharine’s College hosted a second Cambridge University Engineering Department Bioengineering seminar on 10th March 2016. The event was attended by around 70 people, with a mix of engineers, clinical and biological scientists. The wide range of bioengineering activities being undertaken in the Engineering Department was highlighted, with topics ranging from improved image analysis of […]