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Upcoming Research Seminars

 

Porous Materials via Templated Deposition: A Platform for Materials with Customizable Structure, Mechanics, and Functionality

Speaker:  Dr Andrew R Hamilton,   School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Queen's University Belfast

When:    21 June 2016 2.00pm Where:   Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, B2.74

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Intervertebral Disc Regeneration: from Benchtop to Preclinical Translation

Speaker: Lachlan Smith, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and Orthopaedic Surgery University of Pennsylvania
When: 3.00pm 11 July 2016 Where: Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, B2.72

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Recent Research Seminars

Can Mechano-Biology of the Intervertebral Disc Lead the Way for Regenerative Therapies?
Speaker Prof Dr Benjamin Gantenbein, Professor in Biomedical Engineering, Institute of Surgical Technology & Biomechanics, University of Bern

Cell therapy for Muscular Dystrophies
Speaker: Professor Giulio Cossu, Constance Thornley Professor of Regenerative Medicine, University of Manchester

Vascular Remodelling and Stem Cell Fate ‘Patching' it all together !
Speaker: Paul A. Cahill., BSc., PhD Professor, DCU School of Biotechnology, Vascular Biology & Therapeutics Group

QUANTITATIVE ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF INHALER SOUNDS FOR THE OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF INHALER ADHERENCE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASES

Speaker: Martin Holmes, PhD Viva Seminar, Neural Engineering Group, Trinity Centre for Bioengineering

Sleep Evaluation using audio signal processing

Dr Yaniv Zigel, Head, Biomedical Signal Processing Lab. Department of Biomedical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University


Functional imaging of bone Is multiscale needed to understand bone damage and fracture?

Speaker: Dr Hanna Ikasson, Dept Biomedical Engineering, Lund University

Endothelial cell mechanobiology in metabolic disease

Speaker: Alisa Morss Clyne, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Drexel University, Philadelphia