Tissue Architecture and Regeneration Research Group

All tissue undergoes constant remodelling to maintain architecture during growth, in normal physiology and in response to disease. The group’s research focus is to uncover novel pathways contributing to tissue remodelling and regeneration for maintenance of tissue architecture in response to both physiological and pathophysiological stimuli. The group fosters a multidisciplinary approach of original and translational research spanning immunology, genetics, cancer, stem cells, ageing and regenerative medicine.

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Tissue Architecture and Regeneration Research Group addresses a range of topics co-ordinated by scholars at the University of Westminster.

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