Welcome to the University of Glasgow
Centre for the Cellular Microenvironment
We are a multidisciplinary team of bioengineers and cell engineers based at the University of Glasgow.
We focus on understanding the interactions between materials, proteins and cells to gain fundamental insight into engineering cell behaviour and translating technologies to provide better healthcare.
PDRA position in Dr. Gonzalez-Garcia’s group, working towards developing a new hydrogel for the controlled delivery of growth factors for different tissue engineering applications. Vacancy details 👇 jobs.ac.uk/job/BYK629/res… pic.twitter.com/QzkTEkYcpG
@hannahdonnelly_ rounds of a great day of talks at the GLORI symposium on mechanistic and metabolic insights into bioengineering the bone marrow niche in vitro #stemcells #biomaterials #polymer #fibronectin #growthfactors #collaboration pic.twitter.com/kgUwnG5BgV
Latest from the blog…
- Pathological conditions, including non-union bone defects, skin lesions, neurological disorders and inflammatory processes during cancer development are growing in occurrence due to an aging population. These problems are debilitating, costly …Read more
- In December we held a mini-GLORI symposium, bringing together the Centre and colleagues from the NHS, listening to a range of talks from our talented students. The talks ranged from …Read more