The TE&M at the 2013 Group Retreat held on Stradbroke Island
The TE&M at the 2013 Group Retreat held on Stradbroke Island

The Tissue Engineering and Microfluidics Group is an international group of around 20 research staff, students and visitors all working on various problems in the area of stem cells and regenerative medicine. The group, led by Prof. Justin Cooper-White, consists of post-doctoral research fellows with expertise in the areas of Microfluidics, Stem Cell Biology, Polymer Chemistry and Biomaterials who are ready willing and able to support the interdisciplinary approach to solving real world problems embodied by this team. Our students hail from backgrounds such as bioengineering, material science, biotechnology, medicine, veterinary science, chemical engineering and general biology and the training in this lab ensures that they continue to develop as scientists in both skills and outputs.

The group has welcomed members from Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Costs Rica, Cuba, France, Germany, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Malaysia, Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and the United States of America, which makes the regular lab lunches a gourmet world tour.

The group has offices and labs on level 4 of the state-of-the-art AIBN building with an impressive suite of lab equipment to facilitate the multi-disciplinary research performed in this group. All researchers also have easy access to the extensive research infrastructure available at University of Queensland (a global top 100 University), such as the ANFF-Q, CAI, CMM and the various on-campus workshops.

Professor Cooper-White is currently seeking highly motivated students to join this dynamic research group and undertake research projects.

The TE&M showing their versatility in applying their talents

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