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Roxanna Abhari


DPhil Student

I completed my Bachelor of Medical Sciences in 2015 at Western University, Canada.  While working at the Hand and Upper Limb Centre, I became interested in developing implants and 'smart' materials for soft tissue repair - implants that not only provide mechanical support to our tissues but also actively contribute to the endogenous tissue repair process.  

In 2015, I moved to Oxford to begin a PhD focusing on Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine. My research focuses on the development of medical textiles to use as scaffolds for musculoskeletal tissue engineering. I am currently supervised by Professor Andrew Carr, Dr. Pierre-Alexis Mouthuy and Dr. Sarah Snelling. 

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