Department of Engineering / People in Bioengineering Group

Department of Engineering

People in Bioengineering Group

People in Bioengineering Group

Michelle L Oyen
Hydrogels and hydrogel composites, indentation and nanoindentation, mechanics of tissues and biomimics, obstetrics and biomechanics, tissue engineering scaffolds

Abir Al-Tabbaa
Development of biomimetic construction materials

Chris Burgoyne

Fehmi Cirak

David Cole

Gábor Csányi

Ronan Daly

Vikram Deshpande

Norman Fleck

Zoubin Ghahramani

Jorge Goncalves

Simon Guest
Protein folding

Yan Yan Shery Huang
Near-field electrospinning; multi-material deposition of tissue engineering scaffold; Organ-on-chips; Neural stem cell engineering; Vascular tissue engineering; Tumor niche models

Alexandre J Kabla
Mechanobiology of embryo development, modelling of collective migration and cancer metastasis, multiscale mechanics of epithelial tissues

Máté Lengyel
Computational Neuroscience

David Mackay
Understanding of biomolecular energy transduction. Engineering of more efficient sustainable bioenergy systems

Athina E. Markaki
Actuation of ferromagnetic fibre networks to improve implant longevity; development of a bioreactor system for production of clinically relevant volumes of bone tissue; development of cell culture models for evaluating host reactions following implantation

Carl Edward Rasmussen

Thierry Savin
We develop both theoretical and experimental methods to study complex fluids and living matter over a wide range of scales. We are particularly interested in structures, mechanics and thermodynamics.
Our ultimate goal is to uncover the physical rules that explain the macroscopic properties and functions of materials, tissues or organs from the behavior of their "elementary" constituents.

Stuart Scott
Evaluation of Algal technologies for biofuel production

Keith Seffen

Rodolphe Sepulchre
A main focus of Sepulchre’s current research is to advance the understanding of the role of oscillations in the brain across different time and spatial scales

H Sprekeler

Michael Sutcliffe
Various projects in biomechanics, generally in collaboration with colleagues at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Theme leader

Richard Turner
Developing processing for intelligent hearing devices (hearing aids and cochlear implants) that can adapt to noisy environments and improve speech perception. Improving medical treatment of the hearing impaired, including audio therapy for tinnitus suffers and evaluation of cochlear implant processing strategies.

Glenn Vinnicombe

John A. Williams

Daniel Wolpert
Computational Neuroscience, Sensorimotor Control

Jim Woodhouse