The Cellular Mechanobiology Lab started its activity at the University of Glasgow in October 2019, within the Centre for the Cellular Microenvironment. If you are interested in joining the Lab, or you want additional information, please feel free to contact us via email.
Head of the Lab, Mechanobiology enthusiast, firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Maria Kapetanaki
PhD student within the lifETIME CDT partnership. Interested in cell mechanosensitivity and mechanobiology. Project: Label-free physical biomarkers for next generation cell email@example.com
Project: Mechanobiology of senescent firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD student, keen in cellular biomechanics and email@example.com
Project: Cytoskeletal organisation and Piezo1: visualisation through a cell transfection approach2597666P@student.gla.ac.uk
Mariana Azevedo Gonzalez Oliva
PhD student with Prof Salmeron-Sanchez, actively collaborating with the CML for the study of Piezo1 firstname.lastname@example.org
Marta Cubero Sarabia
Project: Remote mechanical stimulation of stem cells for osteochondral regenerative email@example.com
Biotechnologist studying the role of Piezo1 in neuronal mechanosensation; PhD student at the University of Genova, Italy2708722z@student.gla.ac.uk
We are particularly grateful to all the scientists who participated in the activities of the Cellular Mechanobiology Lab in recent years, and we wish them a great future career.
Silvia De Stefano
Moved to: Secondary School