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Meng Liang

Postdoctoral Researcher in Electrospun Biomaterials/Project Manager

I am currently responsible for troubleshooting key manufacturing steps to improve the production yield and quality of artificial ligaments and produce samples for pre-clinical trials in the cleanroom.

Before coming to Oxford, I worked as an R&D engineer in a company developing novel wound dressings.

My Ph.D. dissertation focused on the study of charge accumulation and dissipation on electrospun fibers and the fabrication of 3D scaffolds using electrospinning and electrospraying.

I am a solo traveller, enjoy visiting new places during my free time.