Dr Halina Norbertczak
- Position: Research Fellow in Regenerative Musculoskeletal Tissue Scaffolds
- Areas of expertise: Tissue engineering; decellularisation; intervertebral disc scaffolds; osteochondral scaffolds; biological and biomechanical characterisation of decellularised biological scaffolds.
- Email: H.T.Norbertczak@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 5607
- Location: 6.63 Garstang
- Website: Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering
I am currently employed as a Research Fellow in Regenerative Musculoskeletal Tissue Scaffolds on the EPSRC programme grant, Optimising Knee Therapies. I carry out cross-disciplinary research within the Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (iMBE), working within the School of Biomedical Engineering (Faculty of Biological Sciences) and the School of Mechanical Engineering (Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences). Previously I worked as a post-doctoral research assistant in iMBE, where I also completed my PhD in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. The title of my PhD is “Decellularisation processes for the intervertebral disc”. I gained my BSc in Biology from the University to Manchester.
My current research focuses on the development of decellularised osteochondral scaffolds as a regenerative therapy for cartilage repair. I have previously carried out similar work on decellularised bone and intervertebral disc scaffolds. These scaffolds are biologically and biomechanically evaluated for their suitability as musculoskeletal repair materials.
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- PhD in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
- BSc (Hons) Biology
Research groups and institutes
- Tissue Engineering