student profile: Miss Sahar Biglari


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Thesis work

Thesis title: Skin � On � Chip: A New Approach for Wound Healing Study

Supervisors: Fariba DEHGHANI , Sina NAFICY

Thesis abstract:

The aim of this study is to develop a new class of human skin-on-chip by co-culturing fibroblast, macrophages and endothelial cells to systematically understand the natural wound healing process. It is, therefore, hypothesised that (a) different types of wound can be modelled and (b) the population of different cell types can be evaluated and (c) the metabolic activity of main cell types can be measured during the healing phases. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and Immunofluorescence methods are used for cell studies in this research.

Selected publications

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Conferences

  • Biglari, S., Fathi, A., Ebrahimi Warkiani, M., Dehghani, F. (2016). Skin-on-chip a new approach for wound healing study. International Nanomedicine Conference, Sydney.
  • Biglari, S., Fathi, A., Ebrahimi Warkiani, M., Dehghani, F. (2016). Skin�on�chip a new approach for wound healing study. Select Bioscience Organ-on-a-chip World Congress 2016 and 3D-Culture, Boston.

2016

  • Biglari, S., Fathi, A., Ebrahimi Warkiani, M., Dehghani, F. (2016). Skin-on-chip a new approach for wound healing study. International Nanomedicine Conference, Sydney.
  • Biglari, S., Fathi, A., Ebrahimi Warkiani, M., Dehghani, F. (2016). Skin�on�chip a new approach for wound healing study. Select Bioscience Organ-on-a-chip World Congress 2016 and 3D-Culture, Boston.

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