Dr Rebecca Rolfe was a postdoctoral researcher in the group from 2015-2016, when she was the primary researcher on a Leverhulme Trust funded project on the importance of fetal movements for the development of the spine. Rebecca is now a Research and Teaching Fellow in the Department of Zoology at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
Dr Mario Giorgi joined the group in 2011, and was awarded his PhD, entitled “Mechanobiological predictions of fetal joint morphogenesis” in 2015. He is now a postdoctoral researcher in the University of Sheffield.
Vikesh Chandaria completed his PhD in 2017. His PhD thesis was entitled “Mechanical Stimulation and Morphogenesis of the Embryonic Chick Knee Joint” and his research focussed on the influence of biophysical stimuli on embryonic joint development. Before joining the Developmental Biomechanics Lab, Vikesh graduated from Imperial College London with a Masters in Biomedical Engineering in…