Organization profile

Organisation profile

Regenerative medicine is an emerging interdisciplinary field of research and clinical applications focused on the repair, replacement or regeneration of cells, tissues, or organs. It uses a combination of approaches including soluble molecules, gene therapy, stem cell transplantation, tissue engineering, and the reprogramming of cell and tissue types.

The Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) at the University of Bath is an interdepartmental network set up to enable work on regenerative medicine to be underpinned by an understanding of normal developmental mechanisms. It brings together groups working on developmental biology, stem cell biology, physiology and tissue engineering in the Departments of Biology & BiochemistryChemical EngineeringHealthMechanical Engineering and Pharmacy & Pharmacology.

The Bath CRM aspires to be a premier UK focus for research, training and technology transfer in regenerative medicine.

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Hip Medicine & Life Sciences
Insulin-Like Growth Factor II Medicine & Life Sciences
Genes Medicine & Life Sciences
Zebrafish Medicine & Life Sciences
Proteins Medicine & Life Sciences
Stem cells Chemical Compounds
Oryzias Medicine & Life Sciences
Tissue Engineering Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 2006 2019

University of Bath Industrial Strategy Acceleration Fund (ISAF)

Rocha, P., Moschou, D. & Tosh, D.

2/04/1831/07/18

Project: OtherInternational Collaboration

JSPS Fellowship for Y.Nagao

Kelsh, R.

1/04/1731/03/19

Project: OtherInternational Collaboration

Research Output 1988 2018

A comparative bioinformatic analysis of C9orf72

Iyer, S., Acharya, K. R. & Subramanian, V. 19 Feb 2018 In : PeerJ. 6, p. e4391

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Neurodegenerative diseases
Bioinformatics
Computational Biology
bioinformatics
Introns

Advanced glycation end products modulate amyloidogenic APP processing and Tau phosphorylation: a mechanistic link between glycation and the development of Alzheimer’s disease

Batkulwar, K., Godbole, R., Banarjee, R., Kassaar, O., Williams, R. J. & Kulkarni, M. 16 May 2018 In : ACS Chemical Neuroscience. 9, 5, p. 1-37

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Advanced Glycosylation End Products
Phosphorylation
Alzheimer Disease
Endopeptidases
Cathepsin B

ARCHi: Automatic Recognition and Classification of Hip Fractures

Murphy, E., Gregson, C., Von Arx, O., Whitehouse, M., Budd, C. & Gill, H. 2018

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

X rays
Learning systems
Neural networks
Graphics processing unit