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parvoman
Member since: Jul 28, 2005
From: UK, Scotland
Status: Virology Moderator
My points: 1013    what's this
Name: Jason King
 


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About My Research

Now:

Business Develpment Manager at Roslin Cellab

We do stem cell contract research for clients developing new products (biologics, plastic ware, matrix compounds, media etc) and processes for the stem cell and regenerative medicine sectors. We also undertake grant funded R&D with academic and commercial partners with two main focuses:

 

1) To produce stem cell derived hepatocyte-like cells in various formats for different stages of the drug discovery and drug development processes, and

2) Using our newly developed 3D stem cell printer, design and create 3D human hepatic tissues for use, initially in drug evaluation work but with a long-term goal of developing the technology into a clinically relevent therapy for patients with liver disease.

 

 

Previously:

Using recombinant viruses as tools to transduce primary macrophages and other cells involved in inflammation reactions. Either over-expressing of knocking down a gene's expression. Virus of the moment: Lentivirus (VSV-G pseudotyped HIV vectors). Work carried out within the MRC Centre for Inflammation Research (CIR) and the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM), both Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

And before that:

Working with wild-type and recombinant AAV and adenoviruses to develop them for gene therapy protocols. German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelberg, Germany.

 

 

My Affiliations:

Roslin Cellab Ltd, Roslin, Scotland.

Off the bench I enjoy:

Business Development / Entrepreneurship

Investments in Eastern Europe

Photography

Classic cars (late 50's - early 70's)