Imperial College London

DrClaireHiggins

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

c.higgins Website

 
 
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Location

 

RSM 3.09Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (UG) - BIOE97158

Aims

 This module will introduce fundamental concepts of normal tissue development, then discuss how researchers have used this information to imitate nature in a lab setting, engineering cells and tissues that may be used to model diseases, treat disease, or develop drugs.

Role

Course Leader

Medical and Biochemical Science 2  - BIOE50007

Aims

 In this module you will build on your knowledge from Medical and Biochemical Science 1 module, and be introduced to new cellular and physiological concepts. The module aims to introduce you to further physiological systems with a strong emphasis on the nervous system and to introduce you to regulators and modulators of gene expression, i.e. genetics and epigenetics, with a specific focus on methylation. The module will also allow you to build competence with new wet lab skills and allow you to gain familiarity with a range of lab techniques that may be required in final year projects.

Role

Lecturer

Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (PG) - BIOE97061

Aims

 This module will introduce fundamental concepts of normal tissue development, then discuss how researchers have used this information to imitate nature in a lab setting, engineering cells and tissues that may be used to model diseases, treat disease, or develop drugs.

Role

Lecturer

Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (UG) - BIOE96047

Aims

This module will introduce fundamental concepts of normal tissue development, then discuss how researchers have used this information to imitate nature in a lab setting, engineering cells and tissues that may be used to model diseases, treat disease, or develop drugs.

Role

Lecturer