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"In cancer, we are looking at the role adhesion plays in regulating tumour spread, while with osteoarthritis we are looking to replace damaged cartilage.

"The research where we're closest to clinical trials, perhaps as soon as next year, is vascular engineering where we want to replace vessels affected by vascular disease."

The Centre, which is based in the new, state-of-the-art Michael Smith Building, boasts one of the world's best collection of scientists in this field; the grant, says Professor Humphries, will help facilitate their pioneering work for a further five years.

"Securing this core funding for a third time is a major accomplishment, and it will allow us to secure new equipment and to cover the salaries of key support staff," he said.

"The core award helps provide the infrastructure necessary to carry out all of our specific project research. These projects are supported by 30 million worth of research grants, two-thirds of which are funded by the Wellcome Trust."


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Contact: Aeron Haworth
aeron.haworth@manchester.ac.uk
44-161-275-8383
University of Manchester
9-Sep-2005


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