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  • Danial Barati

    Danial Barati

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Orthopedic Surgery

    Bio A Ph.D. in Chemical/Biomedical Engineering with 10+ years? research experience. Expert in biomaterials, stem cells, drug delivery systems, in vivo animal study, novel bioinstrumentation, microscopy, and carrying out experimental research. Equipped with a solid academic background in basic principles of chemical engineering and programming with Python. Strong communication, team working, critical thinking and negotiation skills.

    Specialties:
    ? Developing biomaterials scaffolds and drug delivery systems for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
    ? Performing animal surgery to set up in vivo models.
    ? Performing in vitro cell culture (i.e. mesenchymal stem cells, endothelial cells, etc.) and cell study in 3D models .
    ? Technical project leadership.

  • Karyn Chappell

    Karyn Chappell

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Orthopedic Surgery

    Bio Postdoctoral Scholar in Orthopaedic Surgery at Stanford University. Interested in improving the imaging of the tissues that wear out in and change around the knees in order to develop new outcome measures to test and quantify new therapeutic interventions. Experienced MRI imaging scientist with a demonstrated history working in both research and clinical practice. Strong healthcare services professional with a PhD from the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London. My PhD focussed on developing a methodology for imaging knees on a novel MRI extremity scanner with magic angle directional imaging (MADI). Skilled in Healthcare Information Technology (HIT), Digital Imaging, Image Post Processing, Healthcare, Research Methodology, Musculoskeletal MRI and Healthcare Management. I have a Post Graduate Certificate in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technology from Anglia Ruskin University. My first degree was from King's College London where I was first introduced to most imaging modalities, however the first MR image of a mid-sagittal T1 brain never lost its appeal so MRI was what I chose to specialise in. After over 25 years in the field of MRI research I still find plenty of challenges and technological advances for a lifetime of research questions.

  • Faes Kerkhof

    Faes Kerkhof

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Orthopedic Surgery

    Bio I manage and conduct integrative research using machine-learning, biomechanics, additive manufacturing and advanced medical imaging to drive the knowledge on hand (dys)function in ways that are clinically meaningful.

  • Sien Lin

    Sien Lin

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Orthopedic Surgery

    Bio Dr. Sien Lin is currently a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford Medicine. He finished his medical training in China and got his PhD in Orthopaedics and Traumatology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2015. Dr. Lin started his postdoctoral training at Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Lab of the Chinese University of Hong Kong from 2016. His research interests include adult stem cells and regenerative medicine in musculoskeletal system, new drug research and development for musculoskeletal diseases. He is an author of 50 peer-reviewed papers and 1 book chapter since 2012.

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