To maintain the UK’s global research standing in the context of increasing international competition, UK research councils focus a significant proportion of their investment on supporting those individuals who are deemed to have the most potential to deliver the highest quality research which meets UK and global priorities. The regenerative medicine manufacturing sector provides a perfect environment for such fellowships as considerable growth is required to ensure the success of the industry and the developing leaders can integrate their work into the wider innovation system.
EPSRC Centre members have secured fellowships funded from a variety of sources in order to focus on key challenges of commercial relevancy within the regenerative medicine manufacturing field.
EPSRC-funded Manufacturing Fellowships
- Prof Nick Medcalf - Regenerative medicine manufacture: A systems-based research platform
EPSRC-funded Career Acceleration Fellowships
- Dr Melissa Mather
EPSRC-funded Early Career Fellowships
- Dr Robert Thomas
EU-funded Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowships
- Dr Lisa White
Loughborough University Enterprise Fellowships, funded from the EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account
- Dr Alex Lyness
- Dr Mark McCall
- Dr Liz Ratcliffe
Nottingham Research Fellowships, funded by The University of Nottingham
- Dr Jing Yang