Tissue engineering, Biomedical engineering, Polymer, Scaffold and Nanotechnology are his primary areas of study. Kevin M. Shakesheff combines subjects such as Type I collagen, Polymer chemistry, Osteoblast, Cell biology and Biodegradable polymer with his study of Tissue engineering. His Biomedical engineering research includes themes of Mesenchymal stem cell and Regeneration.
His Polymer research integrates issues from Porosity, Chemical engineering, Microparticle and Supercritical fluid, Supercritical carbon dioxide. His studies deal with areas such as Cell, Regenerative medicine, Drug delivery, Extracellular matrix and Cartilage as well as Scaffold. His research integrates issues of In situ analysis and Metrology in his study of Nanotechnology.
His main research concerns Tissue engineering, Biomedical engineering, Polymer, Nanotechnology and Cell biology. His research investigates the connection between Tissue engineering and topics such as Biophysics that intersect with issues in Biochemistry and Cell adhesion. His study in Biomedical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biocompatibility, In vivo and PLGA.
Kevin M. Shakesheff interconnects Porosity, Ethylene glycol, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry and Supercritical fluid in the investigation of issues within Polymer. Kevin M. Shakesheff is interested in Drug delivery, which is a branch of Nanotechnology. His work deals with themes such as Embryonic stem cell and Cellular differentiation, which intersect with Cell biology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Biomedical engineering, Cell biology, Tissue engineering, Bone regeneration and Scaffold. His Biomedical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Microsphere, C2C12 and PLGA. His work carried out in the field of Cell biology brings together such families of science as Self-healing hydrogels and Cellular differentiation.
His research integrates issues of Regenerative medicine, Nanotechnology, Cartilage and Regeneration in his study of Tissue engineering. His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Adhesion, Cell, Surface modification and 3D printing. His studies deal with areas such as Porosity and Chemical engineering as well as Scaffold.
Kevin M. Shakesheff mainly investigates Tissue engineering, Bone regeneration, Cell biology, Biomedical engineering and Self-healing hydrogels. Kevin M. Shakesheff has researched Tissue engineering in several fields, including Optical microscope, Infiltration, Nanotechnology, Engineering drawing and Polymer. His Nanotechnology research includes elements of Confocal, Viability assay, Cell, Cell aging and Scaffold.
The concepts of his Cell biology study are interwoven with issues in Embryonic stem cell, Genetic enhancement and Transfection. The various areas that he examines in his Biomedical engineering study include Microsphere and PLGA. He studied Self-healing hydrogels and Anatomy that intersect with Mesenchymal stem cell.
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Polymeric Systems for Controlled Drug Release
Kathryn E. Uhrich;Scott M. Cannizzaro;Robert S. Langer;Kevin M. Shakesheff.
Chemical Reviews (1999)
Surface plasmon resonance analysis of dynamic biological interactions with biomaterials
Rebecca J Green;Richard A Frazier;Kevin M Shakesheff;Martyn C Davies.
Polymer carriers for drug delivery in tissue engineering
Marina Sokolsky-Papkov;Kapil Agashi;Andrew Olaye;Kevin Shakesheff.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2007)
Tissue engineering: strategies, stem cells and scaffolds
Daniel Howard;Lee D. Buttery;Kevin M. Shakesheff;Scott J. Roberts.
Journal of Anatomy (2008)
Human osteoprogenitor growth and differentiation on synthetic biodegradable structures after surface modification
X.B. Yang;H.I. Roach;N.M.P. Clarke;S.M. Howdle.
Poly(L-lysine)-GRGDS as a biomimetic surface modifier for poly(lactic acid).
Robin A. Quirk;Weng C. Chan;Martyn C. Davies;Saul J.B. Tendler.
Materials processing in supercritical carbon dioxide: surfactants, polymers and biomaterials
Helen M. Woods;Marta M. C. G. Silva;Cécile Nouvel;Kevin M. Shakesheff.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2004)
Injectable scaffolds for tissue regeneration
Qingpu Hou;Paul A. De Bank;Kevin M. Shakesheff.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2004)
Growth factor release from tissue engineering scaffolds.
M. J. Whitaker;R. A. Quirk;S. M. Howdle;K. M. Shakesheff.
Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology (2010)
Applications of supercritical CO2 in the fabrication of polymer systems for drug delivery and tissue engineering
Owen R. Davies;Andrew L. Lewis;Martin J. Whitaker;Hongyun Tai.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2008)
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