Professor Ruth Cameron
Professor Ruth Cameron is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.
My research concerns medical materials. We design, produce and characterise materials designed for use within the body, materials for pharmaceutics and materials to provide controlled three dimensional environments for cells.
X-ray micro tomography thermal analysis mechanical testing scanning electron microscopy
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Campbell J, Davidenko N, Caffarel M, Cameron RE, Watson CJ (2011), A multifunctional 3D co-culture system for studies of tissue morphogenesis and stem cell biology, PLoS One, 6(9): e25661 Mullen LM, Best SM, Brooks RA, Ghose S, Gwynne JH, Wardale J, Rushton N Cameron RE (2010), ?Investigating the binding and release characteristics of insulin-like growth factor-1 from a collagen-GAG scaffold for use in osteochondral repair?, Tissue Engineering Part C, 16(6), 143-1448 Watling CP, Lago N, Benmerah S, Fitzgerald JJ, Tarte E, McMahon S, Lacour SP, Cameron RE (2010) ?Novel Use of X-ray Micro Computed Tomography to Image Rat Sciatic Nerve and Integration into Scaffold?, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 188(1), 39 ? 44