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Ryan Dee

  • MSci MRes PhD
  • University of Warwick Warwick Medical School
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Studied an undergraduate in physics at Imperial College London. Worked for just over a year in the civil service as an Operational Reasearch analyst as part of GORS (Government Operational Research Service) for the UKBA inspectorate. Then decided that I would prefer to follow up an interest in biology that I had developed as an undergrad at Imperial and so applied and was accepted to the doctoral training program run by CoMPLEX at UCL. After completing a years MRes there which involved work on projects in medical imaging, flourescence imaging, spatial cognition and auditory neuroscience I then embarked on a PhD. I'm just starting my PhD working between the Royal Free Hospital and the Institute of Child Health looking at vascular tissue engineering.

Recent publications

  • Next generation covered stents made from nanocomposite materials: A complete assessment of uniformity, integrity and biomechanical properties

    • Farhatnia Y
    • Pang J
    • Darbyshire A
    • et al.
  • Arterial Tissue Regeneration for Pediatric Applications: Inspiration From Up-to-Date Tissue-Engineered Vascular Bypass Grafts

    • Cittadella G
    • de Mel A
    • Dee R
    • et al.

Professional experience


Independent Chief Inspector of the UK Border Agency

May 2009 - September 2010(a year)


MBChB Medicine

Warwick Medical School University of Warwick

September 2016 - Present

PhD Vascular Tissue Engineering

University College London

September 2011 - September 2016(5 years)

MRes Modelling Biological Complexity

CoMPLEX, University College London

September 2010 - September 2011(a year)

MSci Physics

Imperial College London

September 2004 - June 2008(4 years)


Co-authors (8)

  • Andrea Baricci
  • Cheryl Teoh
  • Lara Yildirimer
  • Edward Brightman

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