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Mark Hahnel

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  • FigShare
  • 2PublicationsNumber of items in Mark's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 294Followers

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About

Mark is the founder of http://figshare.com Mark is a former PhD student within the Leukocyte Biology group at the National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI). He is a genetics graduate from both the University of Leeds and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. His thesis for his B.Sc in Genetics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne was titled ‘The application of stem cells derived by nuclear cloning and other methods in medicine / as therapeutic agents’. His thesis for his M.Sc in Human Genetics at the University of Leeds was titled ‘The proliferation and expansion of human dental pulp stem cells (HDPSCs) in vitro to inform a mathematical model’. His work at Imperial College continued to be stem cell based, working in the ‘Molecular mechanisms underlying leukocyte mobilisation’ group, led by Professor Sara Rankin. His PhD is focussed on understanding molecular mechanisms regulating the trafficking of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) in vivo. His work was funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC). Mark is also active in both ‘Creative Futures’ and ‘Outreach’ activities translating stem cell biology to school children.

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  • Wikis in scholarly publishing ∗

    • Mietchen D
    • Hagedorn G
    • Förstner K
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  • Troubleshooting: Quantification of mobilization of progenitor cell subsets from bone marrow in vivo.

    • Pitchford S
    • Hahnel M
    • Jones C
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Professional experience

Founder

figshare

September 2011 - Present

Education

PhD Stem Cell Mobilisation

Imperial College London

October 2007 - Present

MSc Human Genetics

University of Leeds

September 2006 - September 2007(a year)

BSc Genetics

The University of Newcastle

September 2001 - June 2004(3 years)