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Ever wondered about how you could use 3D printing to repair broken bones? Here’s your chance to find out, working inside a PC2 classified laboratory at the Translational Research Institute alongside Dr Mike Doran. He knows all about stem cells, regenerative medicine and cancer models. As an Apprentice you will learn about bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem/stromal cells (MSC) and their use in tissue repair. You will stain differentiated stem cells, and learn how to use a 3D printer to make scaffolds for bone repair.
Mike Doran completed a BSc (Genetics) and BEng (Chemical) at the University of Alberta in Canada, then worked as a Project Manager for Exxon (Oil and Gas). He relocated to...View Profile
Kathryn Futrega received her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from QUT in 2016 and is currently an Early Career Researcher (ECR). Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor of Science (Honours)...View Profile
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