Our work is at the interface of biology and engineering. By combining aspects of biomaterials and stem cell biology, we hope to understand how stem cells are guided by physical cues from their surrounding microenvironment and apply this knowledge to promote the repair and regeneration of damaged body tissues.
We can be found within the New Horizons building on the Monash Clayton campus. Here we are lucky to work in state-of-the-art laboratories, with access to the wide range of cutting-edge equipment that we need to perform our multidisciplinary work. We also have easy access to all of the core facilities on the Monash campus, including advanced microscopy, flow cytometry, genomics and bioinformatics.
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