Professor of High-Throughput Chemical Biology, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh
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Mark Bradley is PI and Director of the EPSRC IRC in Optical Molecular Imaging and PI on the recently awarded EPSRC and MRC Centre for Doctoral Training.
- 1997-2004 Professorship and Director and Founder of the Combinatorial Centre of Excellence and Department of Chemistry, University of Southampton.
- 1991-1999 Royal Society University Research Fellow, University of Southampton.
- 1989-1991 Harvard Medical School, Lindemann Trust Postdoctoral Fellowship and SERC/NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship with Professor C.T. Walsh,
- 1986-1989 D.Phil. University of Oxford. Supervisor: Professor Sir J.E. Baldwin FRS.
- 1982-1986 B. Sc. Oxford University, 1st Class Honors in Chemistry with Distinction in Biochemistry (Supplementary).
- Long term mesenchymal stem cell culture on a defined synthetic substrate with enzyme free passaging, CRE Duffy, R Zhang, Siew-Eng How, A. Lilienkampf, P.A. De Sousaa, M Bradley, in press (doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2014.04.013).
- A novel thermo-responsive chemically-defined hydrogel for long term culture of human embryonic stem cells, R Zhang, HK Mjoseng, S Pells, NG Bauer, R Besseling, S Velugotla, G Tourniaire, MA Hoeve, C Armit, CRE Duffy, M Helfen, F Edenhofer, P deSousa, M Bradley, Nature Communications, 2013, 4, Article No 1335.
- Discovery and evaluation of a functional ternary polymer blend for bone repair: Translation from a microarray to a clinical model, F Khan, JO Smith, JM Kanczler, RS tare, ROC Oreffo, M Bradley, Advanced Functional Materials, 2013, 23, 2850-2862.
- Versatile Biocompatible Polymer Hydrogels: Scaffolds for Cell Growth, F. Khan, R.S. Tare, R. Oreffo, M. Bradley, Angew Chemie, 2009, 978-982.
- Novel Biopolymers to Enhance Endothelialisation of Intra-vascular Devices, S Pernagallo, O Tura, M Wu, K Samuel, JJ Diaz-Mochon, A Hansen, R Zhang, M Jackson, GJ Padfield, WF Hadoke, NL Mills, ML Turner, JP Iredale, DC Hay, M Bradley, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2012, 1, 646-656.