Res adult cam

Affiliated Lecturer Dr Isabel Clare is pleased to consider applications from prospective Ph D students.

Professor Professor Robin Franklin is pleased to consider applications from prospective Ph D students.

Department of Clinical Neurosciences MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute [email protected]

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The CAM allows to study tissue grafts, tumor growth and metastasis, wound healing, drugs delivery and toxicologic analysis, and angiogenic and anti-angiogenic molecules.

The CAM is relatively simple, quick, and low-cost model that allows screening of a large number of pharmacological samples in a short time; does not require administrative procedures for obtaining ethics committee approval for animal experimentation.Mechanical stimuli at the tissue level were calculated by means of the osteogenic index (OI) for all loading conditions and growth plate shape variations.Loading conditions and growth plate shape influence the distribution of OI in hips with an open growth plate, thereby driving the development of cam-type deformity.We used finite element (FE) models of the proximal femur with an open growth plate to study whether mechanical factors could explain the development of cam-type deformity in adolescents.Four different loading conditions (representing different types of physical activities) and three different levels of growth plate extension towards the femoral neck were considered.Using a wide range of in vitro and in vivo models, we are examining extrinsic (environmental) and intrinsic (transcriptional, epigenetic) factors that govern the differentiation of adult neural stem cells into oligodendrocytes and other glia following CNS injury. M., Nawaz, S., Humml, C., Velanac, V., Radyuschkin, K., Goebbels, S., Fischer, T.

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