University receives doctoral training award in regenerative medicine
The University has been chosen to host four new national Centres for Doctoral Training (CDT) in science and engineering. This is part of a national scheme which has seen £350m allocated to more than 70 new centres across the UK.
Professor Cay Kielty is the director of the Regenerative Medicine CDT which will tackle the growing need for therapeutic solutions to the ageing, degenerative, and injury-related pathologies faced by our society. This is the only CDT in regenerative medicine to be funded under the new scheme.
Read more about these exciting CDT awards.