I am a PhD student at the Department of Electronic Engineering at the University of York. I am exploring the applications of cutting edge technology like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality (VR) to improve healthcare, both diagnostics and rehabilitation aspects of medical procedures.
My name is Dr James Warren and I am interested in developing tuneable, self-regulating biomaterials comprising of self-assembling peptides for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine purposes. My current role is a post-doctoral research assistant working under Prof Ruth Wilcox within the Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering at the University of Leeds.
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I was a student in the final year of my PhD when I started panicking about my future career and having spent three years researching total ankle replacement devices and developing pre-clinical test methodologies I was running out of enthusiasm for wear simulation.