• Bone cell on biomaterial surface
  • Organ-chip device
  • Confocal image of actin cytoskeleton
  • Cardiac modelling using AI

Welcome to The Centre for Bioengineering

Queen Mary has a long track record of outstanding bioengineering and biomaterials research dating back to the EPSRC funded Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Biomedical Materials. We are dedicated to Engineering Better Medicine for a brighter and healthier future. At the heart of our mission lies the unyielding commitment to advancing the boundaries of science and engineering by delivering cutting-edge biomedical engineering solutions. We foster collaboration among world-class researchers and external partners. 



Recent Publications

  • Liang H, Zuo W and Tse ZTH (2024). Design of a Square Rotor Driven Pneumatic Stepper Actuator for MR-Guided Therapy. IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) vol. PP (99), 1-10.  
  • Fromager B, Cambedouzou J, Marhuenda E, Iskratsch T, Pinault M, Bakalara N and Cornu D (2024). Tunable electrospun scaffolds of polyacrylonitrile loaded with carbon nanotubes: from synthesis to biological applications. ChemBioChem, Wiley 
  • Di Cio S, Marhuenda E, Haddrick M and Gautrot JE (2024). Vascularised cardiac spheroids-on-a-chip for testing the toxicity of therapeutics. Scientific Reports, Springer Nature vol. 14 (1) 

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