Vikesh Chandaria, PhD Graduate

Vikesh Chandaria completed his PhD in 2017. His PhD thesis was entitled “Mechanical Stimulation and Morphogenesis of the Embryonic Chick Knee Joint” and his research focussed on the influence of biophysical stimuli on embryonic joint development. Vikesh is now working as a biomedical engineer in the NHS.

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Cristian Parisi, Postdoctoral Researcher

Dr Cristian Parisi was a postdoctoral Research Associate in the group from January 2017 to March 2019. His project focused on the role of mechanical forces in cartilage and bone development and joint morphogenesis, combining tissue engineering and developmental biomechanics methods using a mechanostimulation bioreactor system for tissue culture. Cristian is now a Senior Scientist…

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