Programme(s) to which this project applies:
|☒ MPhil/PhD||☑ MRes[Med]||☒ URIS|
Objectives and Significance
To investigate means of modulating the inflammatory post-injury microenvironment following spinal cord contusion, and in so doing promote neural regeneration
Research Plan and Methodology
Students will utilize cell culture, molecular biology techniques, and/or a rodent spinal cord contusion model in this project to investigate means of enhancing neural regeneration.
Dr GKH Shea, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
Dr Graham Shea is a young clinician scientist awarded a combined MBBS/PhD degree in 2012. He was funded by the Croucher Foundation throughout his studies. His PhD thesis was completed at the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Hong Kong in the field of regenerative medicine. After completing his medical internship in 2013, he embarked on Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship training at Queen Mary Hospital and completed his Specialty Exam in 2019.
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