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Stuart Jenkins

  • PhD, Biomedical Engineering
  • Lecturer in Neurobiology
  • Keele University
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Research interests

Regenerative Medicine Oligodendrocytes OPCs Magnetic Nanoparticles Developmental Myelination Remyelination Cell transplants Glia Magnetofection Corticosteroids Glucocorticoids

About

I engage in multidisciplinary collaborations to develop cell transplantation therapies, with the ultimate aim of promoting regeneration of the central nervous system. In particular, I am exploring the potential for magnetic nanoparticles to serve as multifunctional gene delivery vectors and cell labelling agents. I have over 5 years' experience of primary neural cell and organotypic tissue culture, and hold a Home Office licence permitting in vivo work.

Co-authors (27)

Publications (5)

  • Electrophysiological assessment of primary cortical neurons genetically engineered using iron oxide nanoparticles

    • Evans M
    • Al-Shakli A
    • Jenkins S
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  • Nicotinamide alone accelerates the conversion of mouse embryonic stem cells into mature neuronal populations

    • Griffin S
    • Pickard M
    • Orme R
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  • Directing stem cell differentiation towards a neuronal fate using nicotinamide

    • Griffin S
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  • Using a 3-D multicellular simulation of spinal cord injury with live cell imaging to study the neural immune barrier to nanoparticle uptake

    • Weightman A
    • Jenkins S
    • Chari D
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  • The early career researcher's toolkit: Translating tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and cell therapy products

    • Rafiq Q
    • Ortega I
    • Jenkins S
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Professional experience

Lecturer in Neurobiology

Keele University

October 2016 - Present

PhD student

Keele University

January 2009 - October 2012(4 years)

Education

BSc Biochemistry and Neuroscience

Keele University

September 2004 - July 2007(3 years)