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Rahul Tare

  • PhD
  • Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Science and Bioengineering
  • University of Southampton
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Research interests

Skeletal developmentTissue engineeringStem cells


Rahul’s group is actively engaged in research encompassing stem cells, tissue engineering and skeletal development. The work has been instrumental in developing strategies for isolation of skeletal stem cells (SSCs), elucidating the SSC phenotype and defining conditions to manipulate SSC differentiation into principal stromal lineages. A multidisciplinary approach encompassing skeletal cells, acoustofluidics and mathematical modelling has been harnessed to bioengineer robust cartilage grafts. The group also seek to understand the molecular basis of skeletal development and disease through improved appreciation of the role of molecular chaperones and co-chaperones in chondrocyte and osteoblast development.

Co-authors (124)

  • Abhay Andar
  • mandana kazem Arki

Publications (5)

  • Nanofibrous poly(3-hydroxybutyrate)/poly(3-hydroxyoctanoate) scaffolds provide a functional microenvironment for cartilage repair

    • Ching K
    • Andriotis O
    • Li S
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  • Transient Canonical Wnt Stimulation Enriches Human Bone Marrow Mononuclear Cell Isolates for Osteoprogenitors

    • Janeczek A
    • Tare R
    • Scarpa E
    • et al.
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  • Derivation of a novel undifferentiated human foetal phenotype in serum-free cultures with BMP-2

    • Mirmalek-Sani S
    • Stokes P
    • Tare R
    • et al.
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  • The control of human mesenchymal cell differentiation using nanoscale symmetry and disorder

    • Dalby M
    • Gadegaard N
    • Tare R
    • et al.
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  • Induction of human osteoprogenitor chemotaxis, proliferation, differentiation, and bone formation by osteoblast stimulating factor-1/pleiotrophin: Osteoconductive biomimetic scaffolds for tissue engineering

    • Yang X
    • Tare R
    • Partridge K
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Science and Bioengineering

University of Southampton

May 2010 - Present


Postgraduate Certificate of Academic Practice

University of Southampton Education School

October 2010 - February 2013(2 years)


Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton

October 1999 - September 2002(3 years)